Managing an ever-increasing collection of digital photos can be problematic. Properly tagging photos can make them easier to find – and also make it harder for work to be stolen online.
Digital camera files collect data on where and how the picture was taken – and the photographer can add extra personal information. But, as Ian Hardy reports, adding all this information to hundreds or thousands of pictures can become time-consuming - and sharing pictures online can sometimes strip it all out.
Click looks at ways to add metadata more intelligently – and give photographers more time to take pictures.
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