Mylio Photos Tip – Captioning and Keywording

Posted Aug. 3rd, 2022 by Daniel J. Cox

Mylio Photos Tip – Captioning and Keywording is a short video showing you how to caption and keyword your photos using Mylio Photos. When I start captioning my photos, I turn to a little known program called Copy ‘Em. In the video I called it Copy ‘Em and Paste which is what the program used to be called. Today it’s just known as Copy ‘Em.

I use Copy’ Em to create endless lists of captions that I can go back to again and again. For example, I first created the South Africa caption list last year. When I came back to South Africa, I was able to bring last year’s list back up and use captions I created on my 2021 trip.

Mylio Photos Tip-Captioning and Keywording
Mylio Photos Tip – Captioning and Keywording

It’s a super powerful tool that makes captioning images much more manageable. It’s handy for wildlife and nature, since I often shoot in the same location, capturing the same animals from one year to the next. This little program has changed my workflow dramatically and made captioning ALMOST a breeze. I hope this blog post Mylio Photos Tip – Captioning and Keywording helps speed up your workflow as it has done for me.

Here are links to the two software programs I used in this video.
Mylio Photos
Copy’ Em

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  1. Lynn OstermanOn Aug. 3rd, 2022 (6 months ago)

    Does this program, Copy ‘Em only work for Apple? I use android. Interesting, and helpful video. Thanks,

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      Daniel J. CoxOn Aug. 3rd, 2022 (6 months ago)

      Good question Lynn. I did a search and Copy’Emm is available for Android. Here’s a link.

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