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The classic convention for titling an image is to identify the subject (name the person, place or thing) and add the date of creation: if it's a photograph use the date of exposure; if it's a painting use the date of completion; if it's a composite photograph default to the latter; if it's an image of an historic event ...
Tip: To quickly add titles to photos right in the main Photos window, choose View > Metadata > Titles, click the field that appears under a photo when you hold the pointer over it, then type a name. Description: Enter a caption in the Description field.
Open the Google Photos app on your Android. The Photos icon looks like a colored pinwheel icon on your Apps menu. Tap the Photos tab. ... Tap the image you want to add a description. ... Tap the info button. ... Tap the Add a description field. ... Enter a caption for your image. ... Tap the.
Simply open your Photos app and select the specific image you want to edit. Select "Edit" to add custom text to your photo and tap the "More" icon. Select "Markup" and then tap the "Plus" sign to add a caption to the photo in a plain text format. After selecting the option, type the text to caption the photo.
Edit any of the following: Title: Enter a name in the Title field. Tip: To quickly add titles to photos right in the main Photos window, choose View > Metadata > Titles, click the field that appears under a photo when you hold the pointer over it, then type a name. Description: Enter a caption in the Description field.
Import your images into iPhoto. Select the first one you wish to add a caption to and press Command-I. This produces the Info pane on the right side of the iPhoto window. Click where it reads Add a description and do exactly as it asksenter your caption.
Launch Photos on your Mac. Select the picture or video you want to find out about. Press Command + I to pull up the photos info. Click on Add a Title at the top and type in your title.
Tap on the thumbnail. Tap Add Name, then type the person's name (or tap the name if Photos suggests it). Tap Next. If the app has found that person's face in any other photos, it shows them to you.
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