How to Use Apple iPhoto : Adding Keywords to Pictures in iPhoto

How to Use Apple iPhoto : Adding Keywords to Pictures in iPhoto


Hey everybody! My name is Matt and I’m speaking
to you on behalf of Expert Village. You can also assign keywords to photos. To do this,
just select a photo and right click it or control click. Come down to show info. If
you select the keywords tab, it’ll take you to this screen right here. You can select
different key words by putting checks next to them. There aren’t really any good ones
to describe my photos. I’m going to go up to iPhoto and select preferences. If you select
the keywords tab here, you can create your own keyword. I’m going to click the plus here
and put it cat. I’ll put it another one called concert. If I get out of there, I can go to
my photo. Right click again, go to show info. Under keywords, you’ll see it says cat and
concert as well. I’m going to put a check mark there. I’m going to come down and put
a concert one on some of the ones that were taken at a concert. If you come up to view
and select keywords, it’s going to show the keywords below. You can assign multiple keywords
to your photo. If I come down to search and put in cat, it’s going to show my cat ones
by keywords as well as title. If I put in concert, it’ll do that. It’ll show my concert
ones as well. If I come down here to the bottom left, it’s going to bring up a list of all
my keywords. I can sort my photos that way as well. If I select concert, it’s going to
show my concert photos and cat as well. You can select multiple ones here. That’s how
you assign keywords and you find your photos by keywords as well.

One thought on “How to Use Apple iPhoto : Adding Keywords to Pictures in iPhoto

  • August 21, 2011 at 1:32 am
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    hey i dont have key word plz help

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