Today’s post is about a cool Web-based service called TinEye Reverse Image Search.
TinEye is an image search company in Toronto, Canada. Their website (and related browser plug-ins) offer innovative ways to link specific images in your collections with their locations on the Internet. Don’t remember where you got that great family photo? Not even sure it’s Great-Aunt Myrtle and her sisters? Try TinEye!
As you can see from the featured image above, you can search three ways: 1) upload an image file, 2) drag and drop an image file, or 3) provide a URL for the image. Then perform the search. Here are the results in action:
I found the digital image below in my DropBox folder labeled “vernon_and_family2.jpg.” The Vernons seem like nice people and it’s a great family photo, but Vernon as surname or given name wasn’t in my tree or in my clients’ trees. I was at a loss to figure out 1) where this image came from, […]