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10000 pictures, need to tell who's who

I have 10,000 picture files. the photos have multiple people in them. I have a group of people who have to access this pool of photos and tell who's who by looking at them.
what is the smart way to do this process?
for now all I can think is;
1. load up 10000 photos to a website
2. using asp.net, I make a textarea selection box where a user can select person's names in the photo and save.
2. give access to the group of 10 inspectors who will look at photo and select names of people in the photos.
3. break down 10000 photos to 1000 each and assign the group of photos to each of the inspectors.
2 Solutions
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Check out ThumsPlus which will let you tag each photo with keywords (peoples names) and builds an OBCD database which you can query to find them: http://www.cerious.com/
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
The pricing is way too high for most users ($125 / concurrent user (min of 2) for thumbsplus..

photos.google.com is about the best free alternative
crcsupportAuthor Commented:
thank you. I think I have to go through each of it to choose.
by the way I don't know why I can give points to lherrou. Award points window doesn't list your comment to choose.
My fault. I was upgraded in my level of being a Badger around here, and now my comment type defaults to Admin, rather than Expert - and I keep forgetting to set to Expert when I respond to questions.

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