It’s easy to record information about a photo if you know how! This is the method that I use most often.
Because I won’t have time to scrapbook this photo anytime soon I wanted to save the conversation that went along with it. In the olden days I would have jotted down a note and tried to keep it with the photos. This way is a lot more efficient.
I spent the afternoon in the pool with my Grandchildren racing (usually with one or more of them on my back) and this is the conversation I wanted to save:Kirra (age 4) “Grammy are you swimming slow because you’re really old?” Me (age 39+) “I’m not really old.” Kirra (age 4) “Are you just a little bit old?” Me (age 39+) “I’m not old at all.” Logan (age 6) “Then why do you look really old?” Gannon (age 2) Kept quiet and listened to the conversation (he is now my favorite!).
Here’s how you do it:
Open the PSE Organizer.
Import the photo into the Photoshop Elements Organizer (File>Get Photos and Videos).
Select the photo and go to Window>Properties>General.
Type the information in the Notes section.
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