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Unauthorised Image Usage.... and some.... ;-)


franken e2
12 3.3k 4 Wales
11 Mar 2014 7:15PM
I tend to find that chrome locates more of my work than tineye although the latter found one of mine lurking on a well known photo site.

Two emails later and the image and the person's account was removed.

Ken

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PaulSR 9 511 England
11 Mar 2014 8:34PM
779HOB. I said pubic, i was copying your misspelling
ade_mcfade e2
10 15.1k 216 England
11 Mar 2014 8:42PM

Quote:779HOB. I said pubic, i was copying your misspelling


I chuckled a little... result Wink
779HOB 2 1.1k United Kingdom
12 Mar 2014 10:04AM

Quote:I chuckled a little... result


Ah yes - sweet - I missed it!
14 Mar 2014 3:26PM

Quote:If you're really really keen you can view the source of the page and look for the URL there... I think it's pretty easy with Chrome actually

copy the URL and paste it into google image search - job done



There's a much quicker way than that using Chrome. Go to Chrome Settings / Extensions, and enable 'Search by Image'. When that's done hover your cursor over the desired image and a blue camera icon will appear on the image. Click on the blue camera and it will bring up the search results in a new window.
bricurtis e2
9 1.9k 48 England
15 Mar 2014 5:48PM
I used src-img on one of my images that I knew had been pinned on Pinterest a few times.
Turns out it is also on an Italian and a Persian website but not credited as mine. Cheeky !!

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