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Author Topic: picture results from TinEye  (Read 1069 times)

Hi all,

I just wanna clarify something to do with TinEye. If lets say I search a picture, and i get 24 results. What does that mean? does that mean that i should be weary of this particular girl?

Thanks

Offline CoolTiger

Not necessarily. You need to look at each of the 24 photos and ask yourself is each one of those a genuine?

If one of those is THE genuine photo, then chances are the photo you are investigating has most likely been copied.

There would nedd to be a good explanation to see the same photo in 24 different places, unless it's a trend or an article that has gone viral.

Offline honeypot

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or it could be innocent and maybe it's the same girl, who has just advertised on other directories and sites..........

Offline Barry Shipton

You really need to look at each site and see the context. If she's actually an international Playboy model that pulls in £10k for a Photoshoot with a famous men's magazine then it's unlikely she'll be pretending to be a Romanian escort in a grotty bedsit in an English provincial town offering anal for £50.

However as others have said if it's a series of escort websites, even foreign ones,  then she could well be genuine. For example some glossy pics turned up on an agency website in Newcastle, reverse image search showed an escort agency in Brussels with the same pics of a Latvian girl. A member saw her and confirmed its the same girl (although the pics were photoshopped) just doing the rounds.

Thanks for all replies :) will consider everything :)

Offline vt

Just to say, I've found Google Reverse Image Search (GRIS) to be better at finding matches than Tineye.

Offline CoolTiger

Just to say, I've found Google Reverse Image Search (GRIS) to be better at finding matches than Tineye.

Look at the section titled "Escort Selection process tips" in the following puntingwiki section....

http://www.puntingwiki.com/wiki/Punting_Top_Tips

It mentions about Google Reverse Image Search (GRIS or RIS), as well as TinEye.

Offline Lewis

Just to say, I've found Google Reverse Image Search (GRIS) to be better at finding matches than Tineye.

Me too. Far more hits using Googles reverse image search than tineye finds.

Offline yorkshire123

Just to say, I've found Google Reverse Image Search (GRIS) to be better at finding matches than Tineye.

I agree, most of the time I use both as every now & again Tineye will find something that Google doesn't however its quite rare.
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