So you went through all that work to enter your keywords. Trust me, it isn't all that hard to do. Watch the video below. You will reap the rewards of your hard labor when it comes time to look for pictures.
Keep in mind a thumbnail or picture may have more than one keyword, so if I added the keyword "Couples" to a picture, I should probably add the keywords "Men" and "Women" as well especially if I assign that word loosely to pictures where there are 2 persons.
In the next video you will see why it is worth the extra effort to do this. By holding down the modifier keys and clicking the choice of keywords you can apply Boolean Logic in your searches.
If you hold down "Option" you get to exclude the keyword you click after holding down the option key. So if I want to see pictures of "Portraits" but not pictures of "Children," I would click "Portraits" then hold down the Option key and select "Children"
When no modifier key is held down, that means "and." So if I want to see pictures of "Children" and "Couples," I would just click on "Children" and "Couples."
All that trouble and work to enter keywords for all your pictures is going to pay off. I guarantee it. No longer will you have to pore through all your albums one-at-at time. With the introduction of Boolean logic in the "Find" mode, you can now search by using "and," "or," "not" logic modifiers.."
The modifier key "Shift" gives you the option of "Or". If I want to see pictures of children or couples, then I would click Children hold down the Shift key and click Couples.
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