Matt Brandon, writing on The Digital Trekker blog describes how keywording (adding tags, descriptions and other metadata to assets) is a mundane but essential task – especially for photographers who need to sell images:
“For some of you, this is not very important, all you need to do is keyword an image so you can find it quickly in your library. However, for many of us, this task, however painful and boring is critical. It ensures that others who are looking for a photograph can find what they are looking for. So someone who’s looking for a story, a concept or even a thought that needs to be illustrated with an image, will be able to type into a search engine a word that hopefully illustrates that point and presto, an image fitting their need pops up!” [Read More]
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