How to search by image – image search Help
You have captured a landscape or a place of interest and now are not able to remember the name of the place. There is more than one way that you can begin an image search with an image.
Today i am going to Show you How to search by image.
1. Google Image
Go to the Google Image , in the right-corner side you find a Camera icon. Click on it.
here you have the two options , Paste image URL and Upload an image.
it will show you related search
Searching with an image URL you found on the web :-
Right click on the image that you see on the internet. Choose the “Copy image URL” option.
Now open the Google Image and paste your URL
it will show you search result
TinEye is reverse image search — feed it any image, either by uploading or by pasting the image URL, and it’ll tell you where it came from. We were able to use it on a scan of an obscure German calendar from our childhood and TinyEye proceeded to promptly produce a
TinEye can be particularly useful for identifying the artist or original source of photographs and artwork that you happen to stumble upon on Tumblr or another all-too-often unreferenced photo bookmarking service.
Open TinEye Reverse Image Search , here you have two option search via upload and search via URL.
it will show you image result
Open http://search.creativecommons.org/ , this site will help you to search with multiple websites
Open http://www.exalead.com/search/image/, click on the Advanced search option. now you have many options to search image.
Open http://compfight.com/ and search for image.
Open http://labs.systemone.at/retrievr/ , here you have the option to search with URL or search via upload.
Enjoy your Image Search.
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