Nowadays, picture search engines are more developed than ever. Regardless of what sort of picture you need to discover, odds are, with the right keywords, search filters, and tools, you’ll find it.
That is not all, though.
Need to discover a source for a picture? Do a reverse image search.
Need a high-res picture to use in your next marketing campaign or on your site? Use advanced image search filters to discover pictures with the correct usage rights.
Even if you simply need a big, lovely photograph to use as your desktop background, there’s an image search engine for that, as well.
Here are the best ones, in no specific order.
TinEye is a reverse image search engine that assists you source pictures and finds where they show up on the web.
The tools let you search by both URLs and uploaded pictures. Simply click the arrow icon before the search box and upload any picture from your PC to discover where it seems on the web.
There’s also a TinEye Chrome extension for quicker reverse image searches. It permits you to right-click on any picture and search for it using TinEye’s technology.
You can’t beat Google Images for essential image searches. Simply enter a keyword and go.
For more detailed searching, there are bunches of filters, as well.
For example, when I search for “bluebird”, clicking “Tools” gives you access to more filters: size, color, usage rights, type of photo, and when it was uploaded/created.
This is super-convenient for finding precisely the sort of picture you need, as well as pictures that are royalty-free.
Google Images also offers a reverse picture search tool. To get to it, click on the camera icon in the search box.
Another alternative for image search engines is Yahoo Image Search.
This tool similar to be like Google Images, however the results are slightly unique.
You’ll also see the filtering tools aren’t covered up, yet easy to access.
Need an alternative to Google?
Bing Image Search is somewhat unique because you begin seeing a feed of popular/trending images.
The format and features are still really close to Google, however, and you’ll see a different result.
One fascinating feature is the People filter, which lets you pick photographs of individuals according to how they were captured (just faces or head and shoulders).
Did you know Pinterest has its own visual search tool? It makes sense since it’s a picture based platform.
It’s really easy to use:
The tool will return visually similar results to the picture you searched.
Pinterest has quite a large database of pictures because of user-created pins, so this is a source you shouldn’t skip when you have to find a specific picture.
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