Viewing TTP tags in Apple Photos
Apple Photos will import the tags created by TTP as you can see from this screenshot below. Note that Faces are not imported as "faces" but the names of people come in as part of the keywords field.
Extracting metadata to a CSV or printing photos with metadata
Some TTP users have requested a way to export their tag info to CSV. While TTP does not support that natively, there is a method to do that using the free utility from Exiftool (Phil Harvey created and supports this utility). The way this is done is ...
What the heck are HEIC images?
Apple has introduced a new compressed image format with the file type of HEIC - based on an image format called HEIF. This format has some improved features over JPEG. We added support for these images during the release in April 2021. Refer to ...
Exiftool - a great command line utility for photo metadata
Exiftool is a command line utility created by Phil Harvey (a fellow Canadian). Available from; https://exiftool.org/ It is a super powerful tool for reporting on metadata, extracting it, modifying it, and in some case repairing it. It has ...
Saving bandwidth when backing photos up to the cloud
Many people use OneDrive, Dropbox, Google Drive or other cloud storage provider. Those services offer a great way to protect your data in the case of a major disaster with your home or just your computer - either way it protects your data and that ...
Sharing and/or Synchronizing images with other TTP users
This is a very powerful feature of TTP that allows you to share tagging efforts on a subset of your photo library (or even all of your photos if you choose). By updating the metadata on shared images, all people with shared access receive the XMP tag ...