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Mar 28, 2020

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How do I add a person tag to a photo where Lightroom hasn't identified a person (e.g. because the person is seen from behind)? I could add a keyword of course, but I want to use the person tag that has already been created for photos where LR has detected a person. I don't want a keyword plus a "normal" person tag for the same person.

 

Adding a person tag to a photo seems to be straightforward in LR Classic (the option seems to be available under the keyword function, where one can select "person") but I can't seem to find a solution to this in LR. Could it be that the keyword function in LR is very limited compared to the respective function in LR Classic? If so, why doesn't Adobe give it the same functionality in both applications?

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Add Person

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Mar 28, 2020

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How do I add a person tag to a photo where Lightroom hasn't identified a person (e.g. because the person is seen from behind)? I could add a keyword of course, but I want to use the person tag that has already been created for photos where LR has detected a person. I don't want a keyword plus a "normal" person tag for the same person.

 

Adding a person tag to a photo seems to be straightforward in LR Classic (the option seems to be available under the keyword function, where one can select "person") but I can't seem to find a solution to this in LR. Could it be that the keyword function in LR is very limited compared to the respective function in LR Classic? If so, why doesn't Adobe give it the same functionality in both applications?

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