Reverse image search
Reverse image search using google :
Do you know that you can use a picture as your search to find related images from around the web? There are several image search tools and the one that TOPs the list is Google.
With Google’s Search by Image tool, you no longer need to begin the image search with a word or a phrase. You can now begin with an actual image that you see on the web, or that you have on your computer, to search for similar images or to find out more information about that specific image.
Google Image search can also be used as reverse image search engine. Search by image: Give it an image and it will tell you where the image appears on the web and shows you similar images as well.
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.
There are Two methods for image reverse search..
1. Using the Google images website
* Open the Google image website:
- You cannot “Search by Image” using Internet Explorer 8 or earlier. You must be using Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9 or newer, or Safari.
- You can search by image from a mobile device if you are using the mobile version of Google Chrome. Press and hold an image on a website and select “Search Google for this image” from the menu that appears.
* Click the Camera icon on the right side of the Search box:
This will open the search by image tool….
* Select the way you want to search the image :
There are three different ways to search by images
- Paste image URL – You can paste any copied URL (address) for an image online. To get an image’s URL from any website, right-click on the image and select “Copy image address” or “Copy image URL”. Once the URL is copied, click the field in the Search by Image tool and press ^ Ctrl+V (Windows) or⌘ Cmd+V (Mac) to paste the URL.
- Upload an image – Click the Choose file button and browse for the image on your computer. Once you select an image, it will be uploaded to Google Search, which may take a few moments.
- Drag and drop an image – If you have a folder open with the image you want to search for, you can simply drag and drop it into the Search by Image tool to upload it.
* Browse the results of the image search :
After the image is uploaded the search results will be displayed. Google will attempt to determine the original creator of the image based on search results, and will also display images that are visually similar. This can be very useful for finding additional images for a set. Beneath the similar image results, you’ll see a list of pages that have the same image on them.