TinEye has just one goal in life: To connect images and information. Whether that means finding the original author of an image, finding out where an image has been used on the web, or finding out more information about an image in general, TinEye wants to help you find the information you’re looking for. And […]
Groove Dexter over at groovyPost wrote up a great tutorial on how to use TinEye. It covers finding larger versions of an image, using the ‘Compare Images’ feature to compare similar images, and finding out more information about the subject of an image. Check it out, you might learn something new!
That’s right, TinEye has got a shiny new page on Facebook, and we want you to join us there. Get the latest news about TinEye, find out what other TinEyers are up to, or just join the conversation and fun in general! New blog posts, release notes and tweets are all updated on our Facebook […]
We are happy to announce that TinEye our reverse image search engine has grown its index again adding over 32 million images including the entire iStockphoto and Photoshelter image collections. This is great news for photographers, image buyers and anyone interested in copyright compliance and attribution. Today the TinEye index sits at just over 1.2 […]
Thanks TinEye fans! Our TinEye Firefox add-on broke 500,000 downloads this week. We are excited!
As TinEye scoops PEI news in the CBC reporting today I can’t help but think about the two blog posts that have been brewing in my head for a little while now: Authenticity of photographs in reporting (or editorial news) and Photo credits: and by photo credits I mean providing appropriate photo credits at all […]