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Tangie
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You will find below top searches that generated few or no results. The list includes keywords that were most searched for but returned very or no results at all in the recent weeks. Most are multiple-keyword searches, which means the image should be relevant for all keywords below.

This list can be used as guide to give you hints of what people were interested in and what subjects you might approach. In case you have such images online, you can edit the files and add missing keywords, IF the case. Please add the keywords only if relevant - do not spam!. You will also notice that there are some misspellings.

If you already have such images but have not uploaded them yet, you might consider uploading them now.



Most searched for with few results only



closeup industrial metal old rivets texture, gears old rust texture, background drain grate metal texture, backgrounds patterns rendered shapes, abstract drips grunge ink splat splatter texture, licenses, abstract cracks glass macro texture, hubble space telescope, 3d landscape rendered terrain, monschau, 12 christmas days, cracked detail grain old textures wood, female reproductive system, asphalt close cracks texture, closeup gel liquid texture, beauty colorado denver landscape mountain nature, asphalt macro street tar texture, miley, most wanted, lighteffects, brussels griffon, bills coins currency finance money us, gstring, mediavel, thalia, short skirts, pauli st, sanserif, possum, kitt st, dordrecht, whitehouse, grinch, background closeup metal texture vent, background closeup rock texture volcanic, jlo, puerto rico vieques, germany hamburg pauli st, cyst, desk girl school stare, branches limbs oak tree, christmas days twelve, dario, daddy yankee, eastern philadelphia prison state, coyotes, bloom center flower macro orange petals yellow, decay garbage junk, foreskin, beavers, background feminine flower girly petals pink rose, oberhausen, bernhardiner, flying squirrel, close metal rivets rust texture, background brick crumbling red wall, humanoids, anacondas, asphalt cracked pavement texture, diorama, aishwarya rai, blue effect light mesh spiral swirl, mediterenean, tonsils, close cracked grain stump texture wood, seo, animal shelters, indian musician native, fall forest orange pennsylvania tree woods, esophagus, close cracks rings stump texture tree, concrete paved texture



Most searched for with no results



korral, kottenforst, rolandsbogen, bonn germany kottenforst, floors paths pavements, image metapixel mosaic, bonn germany rolandsbogen, bonn gemany, bonn germany rheinaue, africa chipengali namibia south umfolozi, bright brown egg food light orange shell, istanbul kozyatagi turkey, angle colorful game glass marbles toy, aquarium bite fish leech menace mouth, 2006 february germantown storm winter, arjan hamberg merwesteinpark, clouds mountain puget rainer sound sunrise tacoma, course delaware golf landscape water, humanparts, driving ny to, focus montage rail tunnel, arc colors fan pantone rainbow spectrum stripes, gamebirds habitat native natural their wild, crane dramatic origami paper peace shadow white, babies baby fairmount geese park, center eilat sealife, egg potential shell texture warm, blacksburg lake tech va virginia, aerialphotography, 16 ball bowling number, cut fresh fruit khiwi sliced slices tropical

Edited: 12/11/2009, 09:28:28 AM by Admin
Saorsa
Thank you, Tangie.



This is very useful information and it would be nice to see it on a regular basis.



A suggestion: The search keywords seem very run together. Would it be possible to break them down into a list instead of a large block of text.
VR, 70-200mm VR, 50mm f1.8E Micro 105mm VR, 60mm f2.8D Micro-Nikkor...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 09:26:34 AM
Hiba04
Very useful

Thanks, Tangie.
Posted: 12/11/2009, 09:38:12 AM
Heywoody

Originally posted by Saorsa:
Quoted Message: Thank you, Tangie.



This is very useful information and it would be nice to see it on a regular basis.



A suggestion: The search keywords seem very run together. Would it be possible to break them down into a list instead of a large block of text.




Useful indeed..



Saorsa,



Copy the blocks of text to MS Word or similar and replace "," with a CR/LF
Vue 7, Daz 3, Wings 3D and the odd photo.
Posted: 12/11/2009, 09:39:32 AM
Melonstone
LOL - I'll be interested to see who submits images of a foreskin (most searched for few results only).......this is obviously one to keep an eye on. (Sorry, sorry - it's my sick, childish sense of humour!)
CANON EOS 50D
Posted: 12/11/2009, 10:24:38 AM
Bradcalkins
Thanks Tangie - I'm off to get a shot of the Hubble Telescope :)
ZD 50mm Macro f/2...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 10:34:40 AM
Gheburaseye
Thank you Tangie! This list is very useful, I think i'll use it for my illustration / photograph :-)
Inkscape, gimp and other softwares
Posted: 12/11/2009, 11:22:06 AM
Saorsa

Originally posted by Heywoody:
Quoted Message: [quote]Thank you, Tangie.



This is very useful information and it would be nice to see it on a regular basis.



A suggestion: The search keywords seem very run together. Would it be possible to break them down into a list instead of a large block of text.




Useful indeed..



Saorsa,



Copy the blocks of text to MS Word or similar and replace "," with a CR/LF[/quote]



I did that but, it would still be useful to get the information in a more usable form for everyone.
VR, 70-200mm VR, 50mm f1.8E Micro 105mm VR, 60mm f2.8D Micro-Nikkor...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 11:52:14 AM
Oseland
Thank you, Tangie. Your information is very helpful and I too would like to see this on a regular basis, if possible.



Have a great weekend.



Vicki
Posted: 12/11/2009, 12:16:36 PM
Warrenpricephotography
Yes indeed. This is good stuff. Thank you, Tangie.

Also, agree with Saorsa. Would love to see this on a recurring basis.



Haywoodie ... thanks for the reminder. Words can also be sorted that way.



Melonstone ... you sick sense of humor is shared ... I'm sure by more than just me. LOL



T2i for video...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 12:52:36 PM
smartview27
Thanks a lot. Great informations. I wish you a very nice weekend
professional scanner Nikon Super Cool Scan 9000 ED, tripod, Elinchrom...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 13:26:30 PM
Adeliepenguin
Yes, thanks so much Tangie for taking the time to pull that information together and post. It is indeed very helpful.



Currently my primary camera is a Fuji XT-1.
Posted: 12/11/2009, 14:40:18 PM
Kaththea
Thanks for the information!
Posted: 12/11/2009, 15:42:54 PM
Nightangel666
Very interesting indeed. And it would be good to see it more regularly as some people already said.
Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Photoshop for post-production and illustrati...
Posted: 12/11/2009, 16:13:32 PM
Dennist1
I've posted about this in the past; really excellent information for us contributors.



Should be made a permanent, automated feature of the site; not just a forum post.



Thank you posting this; its some very much needed feedback!

Canon Digital SLR, 30D, 300D. 17-85 F4; 70-200 2.8L, many others
Posted: 12/11/2009, 16:47:42 PM
Fultonsphoto
Very useful, thanks Tangie.
lens, 18-135 DX ED Nikkor, 24-85 f2.8 FX Nikkor, 50-500mm Sigma EX AP...
Posted: 12/12/2009, 01:34:19 AM
Clawan
Looks like some of the no-result-searches are due to spelling mistakes though.



From that point of view, it would be useful to include - say - 'khiwi' as a keyword for a picture of a slice of kiwi. Yet if we do that, we risk having the picture rejected for keyword spamming.



Any ideas on how to solve this ?
EF 70-300mm...
Posted: 12/12/2009, 02:19:58 AM
Achilles
Admin
Including misspellings is not considered spam, unless blatant.
Posted: 12/12/2009, 02:46:40 AM
Clawan
Thanks for that info, Achilles, I'll bear that in mind for the next uploads and possibly include probably misspellings.
EF 70-300mm...
Posted: 12/12/2009, 03:13:40 AM
Photostar73
I liked very much your post Tangie, and I think this one should be a recurring service coming directly from the site itself: it should be a very useful application!
flashes from 600w from Elinchrom....
Posted: 12/12/2009, 04:06:53 AM
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