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A File-Centric Photo Manager?

June 13th, 2010 06:40 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

JeremyDuffy writes “I have an photo project of over 7000 photos. I want to tag them based on location, time of day, who’s in them, etc. Doing this by hand one at a time through the Windows 7 interface in explorer is practically madness. There has to be a better way. Is there a photo manager that can easily group and manage file tags? And most importantly, something that stores the tag and other data (description etc) in the file not just a database? I don’t care if the thing has a database, but the data must be in the file so when I upload the files to the Internet, the tags are in place.”

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