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From: torleif haugødegård <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Image Management (outside TMG) OT
Date: Mon, 06 Jan 2003 15:24:21 +0100
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Sun, 05 Jan 2003 09:52:30 -0600, Richard Brogger
>What this means is that I no longer need a complex system of folders
>and Ms Access. I can create a heirarchy that corresponds to my entire
>family. An image that contains both John Doe and Mary Smith can be
>assigned to both persons and, if there is anyone else in the photo, to
>them as well. I have a lot of pictures that contain a person or
>persons unknown. Whether part of a group or a single image, I can
>assign those images to "Unknown" as well.
>If that is not enough, I can also have categories the give locations,
>or physical attributes, time periods or anything I can imagine. If I
>have a color image, taken in Norway, between 1950 and 2000, of a women
>named Agnes, who is a descendant of Niels C. Brøgger, I can query I
>IMatch for pictures that are in all of those categories and get every
>color picture of the right Agnes and taken in Norway.
Regarding Norway, ;)
have you compared IMatch to (the norwegian) FOTOSTATION from
You can define projects with picture files from any directory, etc.
FS is used by many professional photographers, newspapers a.o.