How To Do A Reverse Image Search
Want to do an image search upload? You can do an image search upload to find out if one of your images is being used without your permission. Or do you know want to know if an image is real and not a catfish? Today I’ll show you how to do a reverse image search – upload any photo and find out if it’s been posted anywhere else on the internet before.
This trick will allow you to do a “Reverse Image Search” for any image and see a list of all other sites on the internet where the image appears.
Image Search Upload
Here’s how to do a reverse image search by uploading any photo.
All you have to do is go to Google Images and click on the camera icon.
Then click “Upload an Image“. Select the image on your computer. This is how you do an image search upload. You will then be able to see all the other sites on the internet that are using this image.
Reverse Image Search
If the image is already on the internet, you don’t have to download it and then upload it again just to do a reverse image search. You can also search if you have the image URL.
If you’re using Chrome, all you have to do is right-click on an image and click “Search Google for Image“.
Firefox & Safari
If you are using Firefox or Safari, you will need to copy the Image URL.
Right click on the image and select Copy Image Location (Firefox) or Copy Image Address (Safari).
Paste the URL into Google.
On the result page, click Search by Image.
And this will be the result of your reverse image search. You’ll also see a collage of Visually Similar Images.
Keep scrolling down, and you will see the results for the image you searched for. You can click on these results and see all the sites where the image is posted.
Now you know how to do a reverse image search and image search upload. Hope you find this useful! Let me know if you try it!