Google’s Image Source Search

Created: Saturday, June 29, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am

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Do you have a picture somewhere that’s been with you for years — and you have the perfect opportunity to use it in next week’s big presentation? And then you just realize that you have no clue about where this picture came from? Did you buy it from a stock photo site, was it a free picture from some other site, is it even part of any Creative Commons license that allows you to use it legally? Or worse — did you just get this from Google’s Images Search? We know — this is a very strange scenario to be in — you don’t know if that picture can be used without breaking some law — and the last thing you want to do is start searching for an alternative picture that can be legally used. The solution to this problem is actually quite simpler than it sounds — just use Google’s image source search!

Learn about Google’s amazing reverse search for pictures.

Categories: copyrights, google, graphics, pictures, powerpoint, tutorials

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