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  1. Totally Wrong Information!

    I was really struggling the other day (well, like every day these days) when I had a picture come up in a search for "Peru" or something like this. I didn't have it in the captions or keywords and wondered whether I was losing my mind - until I found the word in the location tags on page 2. Phew.
  2. Lets play a game

    Haven't looked at any of the others. Here's mine: Canterbury, Kent, England, UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, British, English, town, city, street, road, bad weather weather, rain, rainy, umbrella, umbrellas, wet, brolly, youth, youths, teen, teens, teenager, teenagers, tourist, tourists, tourism, group, crowd, people, sightseeing, buildings, outdoors.
  3. Hello folks ;)

    Welcome back. We missed you.
  4. Post some of your Fall Autumn photos

    Or switched the camera profile from Adobe Standard to Camera Landscape in ACR.
  5. Post some of your Fall Autumn photos

    This is one from my home town (Mülheim an der Ruhr) last weekend.
  6. In the green

    Oh, by the way, I hate keywording!
  7. In the green

    Do we actually have to keyword "in" or "on" etc.?
  8. In the green

    Wish I could think of any at the time. :-)
  9. In the green

    Just had a quick look. TBH, and that's my gut feeling, I don't think it matters. I think you really need to get in what's happening in the picture and correct names (in various spellings) and locations. Don't get bogged down too much by what people had for breakfast or add details about a location's history. However, if a picture conveys a feeling, put it in. Think laterally, but not too laterally.
  10. In the green

    Interesting question. Will look into it. Bear with me. Thanks for liking my pics.
  11. In the green

  12. Just had a look at AoA. Looks like the only zooms recorded were from someone from Germany looking for German actors and old showmasters.