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How to batch identify and keyword bracketed photos?

It may take some tweaking to get right, but the command with exiftool would be something like: ...
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How can I apply the same keywords to multiple photos in Lightroom Mobile?

Unfortunately, there’s currently not a way (in version 3.1.0 for iPhone) to select a group of photos and then apply the same keyword(s) to your selection. However, there is a feature to copy one ...
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How can I create a Lightroom Smart Collection with multiple and/or conditions?

Solution I think I found the correct rules: The trick is in creating two subgroups, one for bananas and one for oranges and then creating sub-subgroups for those two subgroups. You can get subgroups ...
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Is it possible for Lightroom to automatically add keywords on import?

Most of Jeffrey Friedl's export plugins allow the opportunity to include EXIF data as metadata in the description / caption / keyword fields with tokens. Specifically I use the free (donationware) ...
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Lightroom: can you export the 'picked' flag to another software? Alternatively, can you add a keyword based on the picked flag?

Ideally you would write the Lightroom metadata to sidecar XMP files and use those to import all metadata into another non-Adobe application. Unfortunately pick/reject flags are one of the those things ...
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Lightroom 6 - Smart collection: search for pictures containing more than 'x' keywords/people

There is a plugin called Any Filter by John R. Ellis that allows you to do this kind of search. The plugin is something you would have to buy, but there is no set price; just pay what you think is ...
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Lightroom: How to apply a predefined set of keywords to 1+ images in one action

Switching to Library mode from Develop mode, choose ONE image and add selected keywords in "keyword tag" box at right. (Ignore "keyword suggestions" and "keyword list boxes" at this time.) USE COMMMAS ...
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