standardize your data. "Some data we input into metadata are artist's contact information, medium, dimensions and the condition.
member and course (if made in class) exhibition name award, location, name of the exhibitor copyright notice, as well as usage info," explains TJ.
To incorporate metadata into images, simply follow these steps
Create metadata on your PC
Right-click the image and choose "Properties"
You can edit the file's name, insert tags, or add a description within the window that appears.
Include metadata in Mac
Open the "Photos" app and double-click any image to view it
Click on the "Info” button in the toolbar. Or, you can make use of the shortcut Command+I
You can now alter one of these:
Tips to quickly add titles to photos in the main Photos window: Choose View gt; Metadata gt; Titles, then select the field beneath the photo.
Move your mouse across it, and then enter a name.
Use the same keywords in your images to ensure consistency in your information.
You can change a location by looking for a new place, or drawing a pin on the map. If you're not connected to the internet, then you are unable to assign an entirely new location.
Add metadata by using Photoshop
Drop an image file to Photoshop
Click on the "File" button on the upper menu. Then, click "File Info” from the drop-down menu.
Include information in any of the fields. author and title details, description and copyright information