The Photo Keywords Program
The Photo Keywords program is a small lightweight utility designed for the Mac OS X which will enable you to add keywords directly to a photograph which can be extremely useful if you are scanning film negatives.
The embedded keywords are also read by other software capable of reading keyword exif information such as Adobe Lightroom and Camera Raw.
Ideal For Scanned Fim Negatives
The Photo Keywords program is ideal for those that scan their film negatives. Not all scanning software give you the option to add keywords and embed them into the scanned digital file.
The program is driven by the ExifTool command line program which was created by Phil Harvey. The FREE ExifTool program needs to be installed first and is available from https://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/
Using The Photo Keywords Program
The Photo Keywords program is only available for the Mac OSX
Using the Photo Keywords program is straight forward. Launch the program from the Applications folder, choose a folder or image, enter a keyword or multiple keywords separated by a comma and that it.
The program will ask if you want to Overwrite the originals or create a Backup before writing the keywords into the files.
Mac OSX Mojave has new security features built into it which means that you may be presented with a dialog box asking you to grant permission. if you are presented with this dialog window, choose OK to allow permission.
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