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affichage par mots clefs

New Here ,
May 03, 2023 May 03, 2023

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Bonjour a tous,
Je n'ai pas trouvé réponse a mon besoin donc j'espère trouver réponse a ma question !
j'ai attribué des mots clefs "pro" et "perso" et, bien sur je souhaite exclure de l'affichage les photos avec le mot clef "pro" de façon a ce qu'il ne me reste plus que les photos "perso"  et, bien sur, inversement....
Avant j'avait un catalogue "pro" et un "perso" mais il m'apportait plus d'inconvénients que d'avantages lorsque je transferais les photos de mon appareil, je devais faire 2 importations et après j'avais quelques clichés qui etait a la fois perso ET pro donc soit je ne les trouvait pas soit je devais parcourir les 2 catalogues....
Peut etre qu'il y a d'autres possibilité pour faire ce tri mais je compte beaucoup sur la communauté pour trouver une solution a mon problème 😉

 

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LEGEND ,
May 04, 2023 May 04, 2023

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Use either a Filter in the Filter Bar (which you can save and name); or use Smart Collections (which you can save and name).

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LEGEND ,
May 04, 2023 May 04, 2023

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"I want to exclude from the display the photos with the keyword "pro" so that I only have the "personal" photos left"

 

To build on dj_paige's reply, to find all photos whose keywords don't contain the string "pro", you could use the filter "Keywords Don't Contain pro":

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But note that if there is also a keyword "production", this will exclude photos with that keyword, which probably isn't what you want.

 

The easiest way around that is to rename the "pro" keyword to "professional" or some other string that isn't contained in any other keyword.

 

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a big "thank you" to Johnrellis and dj_paige's
You got me unblocked and indeed, I renamed the keyword "pro" to "professional" and applied the recommended filter. All my non-professional pictures are now displayed 😉

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