gvallee Posted February 13, 2017 Share Posted February 13, 2017 Thanks, Gen. My method with the old image manager was to just do very basic keywording in Lightroom and do everything else in Alamy. That worked for me but this one is driving me crazy. The caption field is uncomfortable for me though I have been doing as you suggest and my images haven't gone on sale until I have put in the caption. Next time I think I'll try doing everything, including the caption, in Lightroom so I can spend as little time as possible dealing with this image manager. I have been so disappointed in it. I was expecting to be able to, for instance, select all of my polar bear images and check to make sure they all have "climate" and "environment" in them. I'm hampered by the fact that pretty much all my images have more than 50 keywords because I was repeating in more than one field. Ah well. So far at least my new submissions are landing in reasonable good places. Paulette I have pretty much given up doing anything to my legacy pictures. Even without repetitions, things like 'perched on a branch', 'sitting on a perch' which I have for my bird images, have been split into single words, making it a 8 tag affair. In addition to the Latin name and common names being all separated of course. Number of tags go over 50 in no time at all. Waste of time. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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