Tagging photos with keywords


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Tagging photos with keywords

A really powerful way to organize and then find images in Adobe Bridge CS4 is by using keyword tags. A keyword tag is a short piece of text, maybe one word or a couple of words, that describes the content of an image. Keyword tags can be attached to an image and then later used to search for all the images that have that content. A single photo could have more than one keyword tag, making it easier to find. For example, I might take this photo of my son and daughter, and tag it with both of their names, Katie and Coby.

Then when I search for Katie or when I search for Coby, this image will come up in the search results. In this movie, I'd like to show you how to create keyword tags and apply them to images, and then in later movies, I'll show you how to find images based on keyword tags. First, to create keyword tags, I'll go to the Keywords panel over here at the bottom-right of Bridge. If yours isn't showing, click on the Keywords tab. Here you'll see a list of some key...

Tagging photos with keywords
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Tagging photos with keywords provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 8 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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