[digiKam-users] Find people tags that aren't face regions

José Oliver-Didier jose_oliver at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 2 14:44:28 BST 2022


If you are referring to Windows Photo Gallery People Tags - Digikam will
read the region-less people tags and add them as a tag -
People/<PeopleTagName>. So they will appear in the filters. Using
Digikam's face recognition, this can aid you in identifying people tag
regions which might have been missed.

Alternatively, I use exiftool to output a file with region-less people
tags, which is described in the link - Listing Microsoft People Tags with
no face rectangle associated (exiftool.org)

Hope this helps,

- J Oliver
José Oliver-Didier | Linktree <https://linktr.ee/jmoliver>

On Sat, Mar 12, 2022 at 8:50 PM WuliNuChem <restivog at gmail.com> wrote:

> If I understand what you are saying . . .
> It looks like you can tag an image with a person's name under the People
> tag list and not set the face region. You can then find the photo by
> searching with the left search tab. If you try to search using the left
> People tab the name shows up as a tag but showing no photos (unless there
> are other photos with the same name with the face region set). It looks
> like the left People tab is only for faces.
> So yes, you can find the photos with the left search tab. I do this when I
> want to know if the person is in a photo but it is not really recognizable
> and I wouldn't search it as a face.
> Does this make sense? I'm still a bit of a newbie.
> Gord
> On Sat, Mar 12, 2022 at 4:30 PM Mike Morrison <mike at mikemorr.com> wrote:
>> Is there a way to find people tags that have been applied to a photo, but
>> not as a face region? For example a photo might have Alice and Bob's faces
>> tagged, but it might also have the People/Carol tag applied, but no
>> associated face region for Carol. Can I find such photos?
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