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search word issues

New Here ,
Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

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Hello. I don's know what changed lately in the search algorithm but results are irrelevant.

 

A simple serach for " woman dressed in black overcoat" will find on the first page 70% photos in BEIGE overcoats ans a lot of irelevant images.. notice the rat dressed with a trench coat ..

Photos search used to be a simple task and now it's time consuming and frustrating. Capture d’écran 2023-08-01 à 13.13.16.pngCapture d’écran 2023-08-01 à 13.13.25.png

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Adobe Employee , Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

Have you tried using quotation marks around some of your words?

https://stock.adobe.com/search?k=woman+%22black+coat%22&search_type=usertyped

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Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

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First: add filters, like this:

Abambo_0-1690903217107.png, you can also search only for photos, that excludes illustrations and vector.

Then: your search results may be relevant (I won't comment on the rat), as at least some keywords are correctly interpreted.

  • all assets have something black, not necessarily the overcoat, however.
  • all assets have something to do with women.
  • all women are dressed, or the item is for being dressed

 

You may also try boolean operators like “AND”, “OR”, “NOT”.

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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New Here ,
Aug 01, 2023 Aug 01, 2023

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Thank you for your answer, already tried the filters and had even worse results ahah.

Will gie it a go withouth the prepositions though ;).

It used to be much more intuitive. Noticed the same issue on shutterstock since AI search was included.

 

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Have you tried using quotation marks around some of your words?

https://stock.adobe.com/search?k=woman+%22black+coat%22&search_type=usertyped

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