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Use the guide below as a starting point to describe the main subjects of your photo. Or use the search box on the left.

Who?

How Many People? (Do not include incidental people)

person
group
people
crowd
nobody

Age and Gender

baby
child
toddler
preschooler
adolescent
teenager
adult
young
mature
senior
old
man
men
woman
women
boy
girl

Ethnicity

white
caucasian
american indian
alaska native
asian
black
african american
hispanic
latino
pacific islander

Relationship and Role

single
family
parents
parenthood
father
mother
caregiver
spouse
marriage
husband
wife
child
son
daughter
siblings
brothers
sisters
grandparent
grandfather
grandmother
grandson
granddaughter
uncle
aunt
cousin
nephew
niece
father-in-law
mother-in-law
brother-in-law
sister-in-law
stepfamily
peers
neighbors
friendship
friends
boyfriend
girlfriend
partnership
partners

What?

Activity

Use search to find relative keywords to the main activity of your photo, example recreation.

Emotions and Mood

Positive:

happy
joy
joyful
silly
surprised
amused
amusement
pleasure
trust
relaxation
relaxed
anticipation
appreciation
courage
timidity
pride
modesty
closeness
caution
boldness
patience
tolerance
security
togetherness
privacy
respect
disrespect
love
hope

Negative:

sad
sadness
mad
fear
angry
anger
disgust
confusion
hatred
stress
stressed
shame
pain
nervous
nervousness
envy
weariness
cowardice
pity
cruelty
detachment
caution
rashness
disrespect
despair

Viewpoint and Composition

horizontal
vertical
portrait
headshot
profile
still life
close-up
macro
panorama
aerial view
exterior
side view
rear view
top view
full length
silhouette
concept
copy space
copyspace
from behind
from side
front view
full body

When?

Time of Day

morning
noon
day
night
dusk
dusk
sunrise
sunset
twilight

Time of Year

Best applied to images where the season is the subject of the image.

summer
autumn
fall
winter
spring
cold
hot
warm

Where and Why?

Geographical Region

If your photo was taken outdoors and the location is essential for the image - specify the city, state, province, region, and country.

Non-Geographical Region

Beside geographical location, it is often important to mention where the action is taking place, no matter outside or insde. In a church, a park, a stadium?