but sometimes used to mislead buyers. Only sold work in the portfolio really shows the skills (or lack of) of the seller. If you doubt, some reverse image search can help discover if a sleazy seller is ripping stuff from the internet.
How do you do a reverse image search successfully?
Google tinyeye and they would show you site to go on. In your browser, right click on the image and click ‘Copy image URL’ then paste that URL on tinyeye and it would do a reverse image search. Or you can just drag and drop image on google image search. But remember, sometime google shows up matching images, that doesn’t mean that the work is not original. Its tricky to find by google. I would recommend tinyeye.
Thanks for the assists.
Reply to @kjblynx: Great tip! I didn’t know about that! Thanks!
Reply to @mariarajput786:
Better search on Google though, the Tineye database is much smaller then Google’s, only often comes with different results.
Hi, topaz_muse! I just stumbled upon your question. You can use the Reverse Image Search app. You simply do to the app and click Upload then go to the folder where you saved the image. Then double click the image you want to use foe reverse image search.
When it finishes scanning, click on the Show Matches button to reveal the search result.
You will now see relevant images. Hope this helps.