Best TinEye tag line ever! This appears on a blog post from Wired Magazine’s How To wiki about tools to figure out where an image originated. Enjoy!
in English (loosely translated): For example, to find out if the photograph of the homeless person used by Marine Le Pen comes from a stock photo site, use TinEye. Advice that Marine Le Pen – president of the Front National (France) should have been aware of before launching her campaign. Thanks Alexandre Léchenet and Laurent […]
and TinEye helps with that! A cute ABC segment featuring a number of services used in today’s modern world of dating. Everyone is TinEye-ing everyone else! But if you are looking at improving your dating life best to head to Lifehacker and read Adam Dachis’ latest blog!
The tweet: The TinEye search results: Which led to: which is basically an explanation of optical illusions using 3 figures which appear to be of different sizes (but they aren’t!). Which led to this credit: Gombrich, E.H.: Art & Illusion. Phaidon, London, 2002. Voila!
The folks at Trip Advisor Guide probably thought that no one would notice the resemblance but the sharp eyes of Jason Kealey and TinEye were no match for photoshop skills.
Hat tip to our TinEye fan @adamgoucher for this little gem: The little article he is referring to is the article that CP24 News in Toronto released this morning about thunderstorms and hail warning for our city: Toronto. Turns out the “lightning seen in this file photo” is well, lightning allright but not anywhere close […]
A few weeks ago I came across Pia, Erin and Yvette‘s Giving Credit poster. I can’t tell you how excited I was because that’s something that is on our minds constantly – except that we sometimes call it “attribution”. I believe attribution is the web currency. Content creators want attribution and in an ideal world […]
Eden Tyler is one of our latest TinEye fans! She is a writer who has been hunting down a book cover image for her latest book. She shared her story with us: “I found a picture while searching for faeries one night and I saw one that was beyond perfect for the cover for my […]
From Mixed Media Bag: It’s 2011 and I don’t have a real robot or flying car nor have I been to outer space, but it’s still the little things that technology does to simplify random processes that wows me. We are humbled!
Vagebond from the Netherlands writes: Because of all of the recent commotion about reverse image search tools like TinEye – but mainly just for the fun of it – I created a new type of quiz that is TinEye proof no doubt. It’s not harder or easier than our regular episodes of MovieQuiz, just ‘different’. […]