With TagYour.Photos, you can create a hierarchical keyword structure in ON1 Photo RAW 2019 at no extra cost to use to search and categorize your photos. Here are some easy steps to get your photos structured into ON1 Photo RAW 2019 for an easy photo search with hierarchical keywords in ON1 Photo RAW 2019.
1. Settings in TagYour.Photos
In order to use the hierarchical keywords generated by TagYour.Photos in ON1 Photo RAW 2019, you need to make the following settings in TagYour.Photos:
Tagging type: hierarchical
Order: Left to right
Toplevel Landmarks: Landmarks
2. Add folder in TagYour.Photos
Add the folder in TagYour.Photos for which you would like to have keywords automatically determined.
Once all photos have been processed, this will be displayed via the status.
3. Check the keywords
If you want you can check in Windows Explorer whether the keywords were assigned correctly to your photos.
4. Reading metadata in ON1 Photo RAW 2019
Now you can read the metadata of your photos into ON1 Photo RAW 2019. For this, mark all photos whose metadata you would like to import and then use the menu item Photo > Read Metadata from Photo.
Once reading the metadata is complete, you will see directly the keywords stored in your photos.
The Keyword List will also automatically be built from the keywords contained in the photos and will be available for use in your photos as usual.
5. Categorize, filter or search in your photos
In the Filters section, you can now search or filter as usual. For example, you can search for flags as free text.
As a result, all photos are displayed which contain the term flags anywhere in the metadata, including in the keywords.
You can now use the filter as usual to work with the keywords and your photos. The structure of the keywords, which had to be laboriously set up by hand, is now directly available without further ado. Automatically you have an easy photo search with hierarchical keywords in ON1 Photo RAW 2019.
You can now filter as you like, for example, for all bridges in the field of architecture in which even water is recognizable.
Or you get an overview of the photos from Williamsburg in the United States of America.