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How to correctly name photos?

Explorer ,
Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

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Hello!

I've noticed lately that I really enjoy images by artists in styles such as "Fantasy concept, Illustration painting, Fiction Character, Abstract portrait, Modern art," etc. However, I find it very difficult to come up with names for them =(
Experienced artists, could you please share if you use any tricks, programs, or services to name your images?

I simply want to avoid any trouble due to incorrectly naming images.

Or is this niche completely unprofitable, and is it only worthwhile for business ideas or realistic images/photos?

I apologize if the question sounds silly.

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Community Expert , Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

1. Female face of cracked porcelain

2. Female face framed by flowers & butterflies

3. Female face with blood tears, framed by icicles

 

Good luck.

 

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Community Expert , Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21, 2024

- Closeup of face of a beautiful young woman with blue eyes and Kintsugi style cracked white porcelain skin surrounded by a frame of cracked blue porcelain

- The face of a beautiful young woman with long brown hair surrounded by a frame of red flowers, ribbons and butterflies

- Extreme closeup of young woman with black hair and blue eyes streaming blood red tears dripping from her cheeks
( I don't know what the other drips are meant to convey...)

 

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Adobe's guidance on crafting effective titles for your assets is shown here:

Create titles and keywords to help content sell (adobe.com)
Don't just think of your submissions artistically; think of how a Buyer would search for your asset.

Imagine that you're on the phone with someone trying to describe your image. Use the prompts, who, what, where, when and why to fully describe the image. 

 

 

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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Thank you!

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Not a silly question.   

Think like a customer doing an asset search.  What is the main subject?  What are the surroundings? 

Can you show us an example image?

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
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Thanks!

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Images are unedited, just for illustration purposes. I don’t think anyone necessarily needs something like this; it's just beautiful to me.
The inner artist within me has awakened 😄
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1. Female face of cracked porcelain

2. Female face framed by flowers & butterflies

3. Female face with blood tears, framed by icicles

 

Good luck.

 

Nancy O'Shea— Product User, Community Expert & Moderator
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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- Closeup of face of a beautiful young woman with blue eyes and Kintsugi style cracked white porcelain skin surrounded by a frame of cracked blue porcelain

- The face of a beautiful young woman with long brown hair surrounded by a frame of red flowers, ribbons and butterflies

- Extreme closeup of young woman with black hair and blue eyes streaming blood red tears dripping from her cheeks
( I don't know what the other drips are meant to convey...)

 

Jill C., Forum Volunteer

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I have no idea whether such images are in commercial demand. I don't see anything similar on the Insights page which highlights recent successful accounts. 

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I'm quite certain they're not in high demand. It appears to me that this style is better suited for exhibitions featuring renowned artists.
Well, that's fine; let them delight my eyes in my portfolio without any commercial gain...

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If you enjoy creating them, go ahead; however consider the amount of time you'd have to invest in each of these to clean up the technical issues, upscale, title, and submit. If they pass the Moderator's scrutiny, yes, they'll sit in your Stock portfolio probably never to be sold. Perhaps there's a different place for you to show them off to the world - your social media pages, your Adobe Portfolio (not Stock portfolio), Smugmug, etc. 

 

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