Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012 1:26AM
Last year I posted a discussion why there are plenty of fake photographs of asian girls, dressed in cheap plastic dress and presented as "geishas". Unfortunatelly geishas are something completely different. It is pretty much the same as one would take a photo of a local bridge and name it "Golden gate, San Francisco"?! And believe me, there are some similar bridges in the world. This is misleading and unacceptable!
And make the thing even worse - some of those photos were choosen for Vetta collection.
I suggest that Scouts take in consideration also the title of the photo.
Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012 1:34AM
You could make real progress with this if you post in the Keywords forum.
Even better, you could make up a little private lightbox and call it something like 'NOT geisha', and then give the link to David (ducksandwich). If he agrees with your complaint then changes will be made by the Keywords team.
Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012 1:39AM
Our clients use keywords to narrow down there searches so the title does not play a part.I do agree though the title should match the content in the hope it might show up in a Google show.
I think our inspectors (scouts?) have enough to do already reviewing quality and keywords.
Perhaps it could be mentioned in a forthcoming news letter.
Posted Mon Jun 4, 2012 9:55AM
I like the Whiteway's idea. I have made a Real geisha, but didn't think of "not real" lightbox. I might do that as well.