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The Photoshop® Elements 10 Book for Digital Photographers by Matt Kloskowski, Scott Kelby

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Auto Tagging with Smart Tags

You saw how to tag your photos in the previous tutorial and I won’t lie to you—it takes a little bit of time. However, there is a feature called Smart Tagging that does some auto-tagging for you. Now, it can’t figure out that you were at Disney World and tag your photos with Disney tags, but there are a few useful Smart Tags to help you get started.

Step One:

Take a look at the Keyword Tags palette and, at the bottom of the tag category list, you’ll see Smart Tags. When you click on the right-facing arrow and expand it, you’ll see there are tags named High Quality, Faces, Too Bright, Too Dark, etc. There are also tags named Audio and Shaky, which are actually meant for video, if you’re using Premier Elements.

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