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Photo-triage: Rapidly annotating your digital photographs

Steven Drucker, Curtis Wong, Asta Roseway, Steve Glenner, and Steve De Mar

Abstract

The Photo-triage application is meant to be an essential part of the digital photography lifestyle. It can fit as a component wherever photo management is done (shell, picture-it, media-center, etc.). The central idea is to facilitate rapid, convenient categorization of one’s personal photos into at least the following categories: hidden/private, majority, highlights, best and/or representative. See figure 1. This application is meant to fill an empty niche in the usage of digital photos: that is, there’s no easy way add metadata to photos to mark them for printing, for sharing, or for slideshows without creating separate versions of the photos and copying into separate folders. We propose a sorting metaphor that will add implicit metadata when one first goes through the photos.

Details

Publication typeTechReport
NumberMSR-TR-2003-99
Pages0
InstitutionMicrosoft Research
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