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My Formula for FAST Keywording

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Very useful Suzie . . . thanks
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Posted: 03/12/2013, 09:03:34 AM
Thanks! I'll try it! :)
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Posted: 03/12/2013, 10:44:10 AM
Thanks for sharing!
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Posted: 03/12/2013, 12:10:30 PM
Great!Thankyou for sharing!
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Posted: 03/13/2013, 08:19:49 AM
Very helpful .... great idea ... thank you :)
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Posted: 03/13/2013, 14:05:50 PM
Thank you ! I am a newbie and this advice is very helpful to me.
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Posted: 03/13/2013, 20:16:16 PM
great tips! thanks for sharing.
Nikon D50, 60mm Macro
Posted: 03/13/2013, 21:19:06 PM
Thank you, Suzie. Very useful.. :)
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Posted: 03/14/2013, 15:58:08 PM
Thank you for sharing,Suzie!I like your formula!:)
Posted: 03/16/2013, 00:50:21 AM
"good keywording make great sale"
3 dmax 9, adobe illustrator cs 5 & photoshop cs 5
Posted: 03/17/2013, 11:26:54 AM
Ooh, I like this list! Thanks for sharing! :-)
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Posted: 03/17/2013, 16:15:17 PM
For a foreigner the trouble doubles. That's a very good chart to follow. Yet I will keep buying the keywording from Dreamstime, looking for high selling photos and their tags, and get some extra hint from Google adwords. In such a way if I will not sell - and l do - it is only due to the poor quality of my works. ;-) ty
Nikon D90 - Illustrator
Posted: 03/18/2013, 08:07:53 AM
********y useful post! thank You!
Inkscape, gimp and other softwares
Posted: 03/19/2013, 21:53:03 PM
I sincerely recommend SHOT KEYWORD company. I'm with those who do not like keywording .. I prefer to give that work into the hands of professionals and not wasting my time ..
Posted: 03/20/2013, 04:33:07 AM
Good keywording makes such a difference - good topic!
I sometimes study the keywords used when people license my photos to get a sense of which are most important and have realized that for most images it's really the obvious ones that sell them.
I used to put in all the keywords I could think of which were relevant, but have started using fewer and trying to keep it to 50 or less, and this seems to have actually improved my sales. Great idea to start from the broad to the narrow. Using LR helps to prevent duplicates too, but I think your way helps to make sure you cover all bases and include both nouns and verbs - concrete things and concepts. Those concept words are really important!
Great article. Thanks for sharing!
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Posted: 03/20/2013, 19:25:17 PM
Thank you so much for sharing ýour ideas with us!
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Posted: 03/23/2013, 06:29:29 AM
Like the categories. I'm going to use these categroies in my Photoshop Elements keywords list. FYI, I use this list to add keywords in Photoshop, then Save Metadata to File. That way, my keywords are in my uploaded file. I still have my photos Keymastered in addition. For the price, it's worth it.
Powershot SX50 HS Photoshop Elements 11...
Posted: 03/24/2013, 07:57:09 AM
Very useful blog! It gives me a different perspective to what I do. I think if I combine the two methods my keywording will improve. Thanks for sharing
Some interesting toys
Posted: 03/25/2013, 10:23:43 AM
Thanks for taking the time to share with us, very useful indeed.
Fuji X-T1 , Fuji X100s, 14mm , 23mm, 27mm, 35mm & 60mm lenses
Posted: 03/26/2013, 10:48:21 AM
Thanks for taking the time to share with us, very useful indeed.
Fuji X-T1 , Fuji X100s, 14mm , 23mm, 27mm, 35mm & 60mm lenses
Posted: 03/26/2013, 10:48:54 AM
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