On my PC. On the rare times I may attempt to organise some photo's It's often great to name a image, using the filename, to describe the image. Say I have a folder, called Christmas Day. I could have photo's entitled Snow in the morning.jpg presents all ready for kids.jpg turkey ready for stuffing.jpg tim and anne arrive.jpg fun unwrapping gifts.jpg Or things like this Could even be out and a photo of a building, and you name the files to be the names of the buildings. You get the idea. On the PC, I may create a folder, perhaps of an event, or a date or something. As subfolders I may have, for example as above Christmas Day. Or as per my other example. A Walk through the city. And then if I'm really organised, I may name key shots with what they are. But, the iPad (and perhaps other Apple products) strips off the filenames, so I only have a folder, and the images. Unless I actually write with a paint program over the image, there is no "info" for the image. Personally I'd love to see Apple include an info area for even just 1 line of text as a comment to go along with the photo. Is there anyway around this problem/issue? Perhaps I'm missing something obvious.? I just don't see any way to identify the photo other than looking at it. I would of thought it was very important for some people to have text that goes with the image, which as I say you normally achieve by using the filename. eg: http://bigbikes.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/1978-honda-cbx-1000.jpg The actual name of the file is "1978-honda-cbx-1000.jpg" so the filename tells you what it is.