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Adding Metadata to your Photos in Photoshop and Lightroom

Adding metadata to your photos directly from Photoshop and Lightroom will make it easy for you to bulk-upload your photos' metadata with our Bulk Uploader. In our Bulk Uploader, after uploading multiple photos, just set the category as "Photos" and all of your photos’ Metadata will auto-populate. Here's how to ensure that our Bulk Uploader will populate your Photos' metadata properly:

Photoshop

  • In Photoshop, go to File > File Info… > IPTC and scroll down to IPTC Content

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  • The title of the photo should be set in the "Headline" field
  • The description of the photo should be set in the “Description” field
  • The tags of the photo should be set in the “Keywords” field, separated by commas or semicolons

Lightroom

  •  In Lightroom, under the “Library” tab, select the photos you want to change, and go to the right-hand column under Metadata. Make sure the IPTC category is selected at the top left of the section.

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  • The title of the photo should be set in the "Headline" field
  • The description of the photo should be set in the “Description” field
  • To set keywords, go up to the Keywording section, which is above Metadata.
  • Enter keywords in the text field, separated by commas or semicolons.

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