Bing Images Search by People

Created: Friday, August 30, 2013, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 4:00 am



Some keywords just belong to people — typically most pictures that are related to sports, community activity, or physical fitness will have a human factor involved — so it is not surprising that most pictures that show up as results for such keywords include people! Bing Image Search’s People filter goes a little more further — you can restrict your search to pictures where people’s faces are prominent, or their heads and shoulders are more prominent. Unfortunately, this filter does not let you search for pictures with silhouettes or even with no people at all — at least not yet.

Learn how to search images in Bing using the built in People filters.

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