We love hearing from our TinEye fans because that’swhat keeps us going every day and that’s how we discover awesome photography. For example: the work of Roberto Kusterle. Here is Sophie’s story: I had adored this following image for ages, and had no idea of the source. All I knew, was that it was surreal […]
I can’t stop being surprised at what is in the TinEye index but hey if it helps out AskReddit then that’s just awesome!
Hey TinEye fans and Chrome users. Many of you have asked why when installing our TinEye Chrome Extension, a popup warns you that our extension can access “Your data on all websites” and “Your browsing history”. What? Does this mean that TinEye is keeping track of all the webpages you visit? Well no, TinEye does […]
André Gunthert’s visual exploration of President Nicolas Sarkozy images in the French press, particularly Le Nouvel Observateur. A fascinating series of observations. In French only. So this one is for all our French TinEye fans. Original photograph and cover of Le Nouvel Observateur. Photograph by Jean-François Robert. Photo manipulation to create the Nouvel Observateur cover. […]
Howdy folks! We are furiously working on the next stage of development for TinEye which will include all sorts of wonderful things: Automated image monitoring and image alerts User-submitted contributions to the TinEye image database A bigger and better index as always But besides these gems, what would you like to see? Please answer in […]
The TinEye extension is now available for Safari, allowing you to conveniently search for any web image straight from your browser. Once installed, simply right-click on any web image and select either “Search Image on TinEye” or “Search Page on TinEye”. Results are displayed for you at tineye.com We are also introducing preferences to our […]
They say a robot never forgets–or is that an elephant? Well in any case, TinEye has been doing his memory exercises because he now remembers your sorting preferences! Whether you’re logged in our out, and even if you’ve totally shut down your browser, TinEye will remember your last sorting preference. For example, if you searched […]
Thanks for TinEye fans for pointing out that TinEye got some prime time air on CNN this week. For all the TinEye curious fans out there, here is the video clip:
For anyone who is new to TinEye (welcome!), or who just wants to brush up on the basics, here is a tutorial covering all of the essentials: Search using the website Search using the plugin Find the largest image, or the most transformed image Compare results to the original image Share your results Search using […]
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!