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#1 TheHive

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Posted 03 July 2015 - 10:07 AM

Reverse image search

 

 

 

 

 

https://support.goog...r/1325808?hl=en

 

 

Reverse image search

You can use a picture as your search to find related images from around the web.

How reverse image search works

When you search using an image, your search results may include:

  • Similar images
  • Sites that include the image
  • Other sizes of the image you searched for

Search using an image works best when the image is likely to show up in other places on the web. So you'll get more results for famous landmarks than you will for personal images like your latest family photo.

Reverse image search using your computer

You can search using an image on these computer browsers:

  • Chrome 5+
  • Internet Explorer 9+
  • Safari 5+
  • Firefox 4+
  1. Visit images.google.com or click the camera icon in the search box on any Images results page.
  2. Click Upload an image.
  3. Click Choose file.
  4. Select the image from your computer.

If you're on Chrome or Firefox 4+, you can drag an image from your computer into the search box.

  1. Visit images.google.com.
  2. On your computer, click the image you want to search for.
  3. While holding down the mouse, drag the image into the search box.
  1. On any website, right-click an image and select Copy image URL.
  2. Visit images.google.com or click the camera icon in the search box on any Images results page.
  3. Click Paste image URL.
  4. Paste the URL you copied into the box.
  5. Click Search by image.
Chrome
  1. Right-click any image you see on a website or in search results.
  2. Click Search Google for this image.
  3. A new tab will open with your results.
Firefox
  1. Download the Search by Image extension.
  2. Right-click any image you see on a website or in search results.
  3. Click Search Google with this image.
  4. A new tab will open with your results.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



#2 Tripredacus

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Posted 06 July 2015 - 03:59 PM

Yep it is a neat tool. I have used it a couple times. It never really finds what I am looking for but often it leads me to different terminology to use in my regular searches.






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