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How to create smart collection with only people

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Is it possible to create a smart collection with only photos of people in it?

 

I have successfully created a smart collection with a keyword for my company. But then it also adds all the odd technical photos. My aim is to create a smart collection based on conditions a) keyword = "company name" and condition b) only have people in it (based on face recognition, or keyword marked as "Person")

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It's not in the 'Edit Keyword Tag' menu, but in the menu you'll get when you right-click on the keyword.

 

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How to create smart collection with only people

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Is it possible to create a smart collection with only photos of people in it?

 

I have successfully created a smart collection with a keyword for my company. But then it also adds all the odd technical photos. My aim is to create a smart collection based on conditions a) keyword = "company name" and condition b) only have people in it (based on face recognition, or keyword marked as "Person")

Thank you. 

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

It's not in the 'Edit Keyword Tag' menu, but in the menu you'll get when you right-click on the keyword.

 

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Create a parent keyword 'People' and drag all your people keywords underneath that parent. Then you can search for 'People' as keyword and/or use 'People' in a smart collection.

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Thank you Johan.

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Also, in the Keyword List panel, right-click the People keyword and do Edit Keyword Tag. Check the option Put New Person Keywords Inside This Keyword. 

 

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Hi John,

 

Thank you for your feedback. However, I do not find the option "Put New Person Keywords Inside This Keyword" ?

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It's not in the 'Edit Keyword Tag' menu, but in the menu you'll get when you right-click on the keyword.

 

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"It's not in the 'Edit Keyword Tag' menu, but in the menu you'll get when you right-click on the keyword."

 

Right, thanks for the correction.

 

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