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Red Kites in Autumn

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Red Kites in Autumn November 2018, Suffolk England
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Lightroom Key wording, Part two

Lightroom Key wording, Part twoThe key word dialogue box Key wording is a necessary evil, time consuming, tedious but never the less something that needs to be done, it is a primary way to search for your images , or if you send images off to stock agencies how potential buyers will find your image amongst the deluge of images now sent in to such agencies on a daily basis . Lightroom does go some way towards speeding up this process- last posts “key word list” tab when kept organised properly can help, but most people enter key words at the key wording tab. The tab is split into three basic sections, key word tags- key word suggestions and key word sets 1. Keyword tags, this is probably the most used by people, and key words can be typed directly into the main panel and separated by commas (see key wording part one for set up of preferenceshttps://www.carlmckienaturephotography.com/blog/key-wording-in-Lightroom) or typed into the smaller entry field…

Key wording in Lightroom,

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Key wording in Lightroom,
Key wording is quite a large topic to cover in one small quick tip so I have split it into three separate parts,  1  The keyword list 2 The key wording panel 3 The methods of applying keywords Before we get into the keyword list, a couple of points worth checking, first in the Preferences dialogue box (command or control comma) and under the interface tab you will find the set up preferences for keyword entry (fig 1 ). Separate keywords using commas and spaces are the options, best set to commas as if you have it set to spaces you will need to put quotation marks around words such as ” New York” or other such long tail keywords so they are recognised as one word.