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8 Best Reverse Image Search Engines And Websites

5 thoughts on “8 Best Reverse Image Search Engines And Websites”

  1. Nadia Reckmann says:

    Thanks for the great post, Alok! Reverse image search is especially important to determine the original author of the image and, for the photographer, to see if any of his or her photos were used without permission.

    I’d like to add one more tool to the list – Pixsy ( that doesn’t only track images online, but also helps photographers get compensation if their work was stolen. Full disclosure: I work there and love it 🙂

    If you’d like to give Pixsy a try, let me know — I’d be happy to walk you through the process.

    1. Alok says:

      Thanks Nadia would love to explore pixsy in future. It seems quite beneficial to photographers.

      1. Nadia Reckmann says:

        Let me know when you decide to give us a try, Alok — I’d be happy to share an invite code with you (as we’re currently invitation-only), so you could start fighting image theft right away.

  2. David Wiser says:

    Great article! Those are nice reverse image search engines for searching images across internet. If you would like to do image search against your own image collection, then you have to build it yourself. Fortunately, there are existing APIs you can use to build your reverse image search engine. Check out, documentation here

    1. Alok says:

      Thanks David and this visual search api is worth using.

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