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I have windcows xp; photoshop cs3 extended; WhereIsIt and Pixflier.
I would like to search for only one person at a time. Currently when 1 person's name is searched for, I get all the pictures that person is in and all the pictures that have that person and other people. I want only the pictures that have only that person in them. And I have been unable to figure out how to do that with any of the above programs.
  I have over 10,000 pictures and need to cut down on the results when I search.
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nvslater
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schwertnerCommented:
Use:
Adobe Photoshop Album
Google's Picasa

see http://searchenginewatch.com/showPage.html?page=3460061
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sdstuberCommented:
You cross posted to the Oracle zone too.  Is that because your pictures are stored in an Oracle database?  Or the descriptive information of who/what is in the picture is stored in an oracle database?

If so, what does that structure look like?
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nvslaterAuthor Commented:
  The link to photoshop album talks about finding all the pictures of 1 person, but doesn't mention finding only that person.
   My search engines use boolin language, but I don't know how to wright the quiery to find only pictures that have only that person.
  Posting to oracle was a mistake. I don't know Oracle. Should I look at it?
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sdstuberCommented:
Oracle is a fantastic database, however, if you don't know it,  learning to use and maintain an oracle database just to organize photos is probably a bit of overkill.
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schwertnerCommented:
You can ask the helpdesk to close the question and refund the points.
After that post it in Adobe thread. The Adobe masters are there ....
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nvslaterAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help
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