Reverse Image Search
Upload an image in the space provided, then click "search"
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How to Use Reverse Image Search
tick markVisit the Reverse Image Search tool.
tick markClick the "Upload Image" button and select an image from your device.
tick mark Wait for the tool to search for similar images on the internet.
tick mark Review the search results, which will show matching images and their sources.
tick markClick on a result to view more details.
tick markUse this tool to verify the originality of an image or find its source.
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How To Reverse Image Search?
Reverse image search gives our users three options to find similar images in a variety of ways, including direct uploading, via the image's URL, or by searching for them using specific keywords. The user can quickly find similar images and their sources with the help of reverse image search tool.
So, let us tell you how to do a reverse image search, and it is a piece of cake! The three-click process requires you to upload the image-whether directly, or through a URL, or by using keywords. After that, you are required to click on the reverse image search button, and the results are generated. Our search by image tool provides the results of three search engines that allowed users to search similar images from Google, Bing, and Yandex. The user can then check out the results from these search engines.
How The Reverse Image Search Works?
The reverse image search operates in the same way as a standard search engine. Just as a regular Google image search uses keywords, the user can upload the image in the search bar. The image reverse search engine then runs a program through Google Images search to look for images that are similar to the original and match the image's content and object. After that, it gives out the results along with the source of matched images.
In technical terms, the working of a reverse image search is called "Content-based Image Retrieval(CBIR) which also includes query based image content (QBIC) and content-based visual information retrieval (CBVIR)." In this method, the search engine works by retrieving the content of the images. That means the reverse lookup engine will analyse the colours and shapes used in the images. So the results that come out are always similar to the image being searched for via photo search.