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Library module Smart collection to identify photos that do not have any People identified?

PhilBurton

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Are there Smart Collection parameters which can select photos that do not have any People selected?

Or do I need to define a SC in which none of a whole list of People keywords is present?
 
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I think you can find them if you target a parent keyword. For example, if all people keywords are under a parent keyword called People, you can then create the SC with Keywords / doesn't contain / People.
 

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I think you can find them if you target a parent keyword. For example, if all people keywords are under a parent keyword called People, you can then create the SC with Keywords / doesn't contain / People.
Thanks. That worked.

Phil
 
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