Archive for 'Keywording Tips'
Posted on 02. Sep, 2010 by Glow Images.
1. Don’t overlook the basics- Sometimes keyworders get so wrapped up in the little details of stock images that they miss some of the obviously important elements. Put the basics first; try describing the people, setting, and action before you enter any other keywords for an image. 2. Avoid mistakes- If you’re not 100% sure […]
Posted on 30. Aug, 2010 by Glow Images.
All right kids, the Glow Images blog has been talking about keywording stock photography long enough. It’s time to put theory into practice and keyword some stock images. The sample images below can all be found in Glow Images’ collection of Free Images. After you’ve checked out the keywords, check out how you can get […]
Posted on 23. Aug, 2010 by Glow Images.
Details are important when keywording stock images, but stock photographers shouldn’t get so wrapped up in the little things that they forget to take a step back and look at the big picture (pun intended). For each of your stock images, ask yourself what is the story that this photograph is trying to tell? What […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2010 by Glow Images.
The Glow Images Blog has been on a roll lately with posts about conceptual stock images. Let’s look at that subject from a slightly different perspective: keywording. Photographers know what concepts they’re trying to convey in their stock images, but sometimes it’s not so easy to find those great conceptual images through a search engine. […]
Posted on 02. Aug, 2010 by Glow Images.
Another week, another keywording tip for all you stock photographers out there. If you haven’t already, make sure to check out our previous installments (entries, parts, chapters). Which leads me to this week’s topic (theme, subject, focus). When it comes to keywording stock images, synonyms are your friend (pal, buddy, mate). There are hundreds of […]