nice job. that is a very useful tip! how many keywords do you usually put in>? I find I do 10-12 initially so as not to waste too much time if they don't get accepted.. and then when they are accepted, I go back and add words. thanks!
Thanks Inyrdreams. I usually do my 80 keywords. It is disappointing when they don't get accepted, but I will consider your idea of only doing 10 or 12 to start and adding more. Could be worthwhile, especially when uploading a whole run of photos. Thanks for that hint! :)
Thanks for sharing, very useful!
I would like to add one more thing:
For all of us who are not native english spoken - use Wikipedia to find adequate words especially when it comes to subjects that you are not very familiar with.
Also, synonyms are very useful!
Actually, I am buying a lot of images for clients. Searching is sometimes very annoying because of poor keywording. On the other hand, good keywording will help the buyer find YOUR image fast :-)
Nikon system. D750 and D7100 are the latest cameras.
I have been doing this too for quite some time. It works smoothly. I hate keywording so this is the idea for me. :)
As a tip, I even have all function keys assigned to some "actions" in Photoshop. So I open a photo. Press F1-F2-F3-F4.
That does the post processing in 5 sec and I save it. VERY fast. I barely get time from studies. You should try it if you haven't. Impressive feature.
Nice portfolio by the way.
55-250mm standard lenses. Dual tube macro flash and external speedlit...
Thanks for your tips. The keywording is very important. It is no use the best image if nobody can find. And to find it, should be placed keywords. The process is tedious but remember that it is always important.
Corel Draw, Photoshop, Wacom Professional Pen Tablet, Canon EOS Rebel ...
Thank you so much! Its so simple and so effective and it is like gold mine underneath our feet but we could not realise it. Thanks for digging it for all of us...all are grateful for this! Wishing you good luck for future sales... keep rising and keep enlightening !