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Author Topic: Tineye or Google Reverse Search?  (Read 1171 times)

Offline Marmalade

Does anyone have any preference or useful experience from using them to check stolen photos on profiles? I've installed both plug-ins on Firefox. I've read that Google returns more images (a lot seem unrelated but are maybe good for close guesses?) but for sheer speed I like the way Tineye shows a numerical result in the browser tab even before the page has finished loading.

Offline Jacob

Google returns many more positives than Tineye but make sure Safesearch is turned OFF otherwise you'll miss the majority of matches.

With the add-ons a couple of quick clicks can save you a lot of hassle and even better the scamming cunts lose if you report them. All done in seconds.
« Last Edit: April 10, 2012, 02:29:06 PM by Jacob »

Offline mattylondon

Google returns many more positives than Tineye but make sure Safesearch is turned OFF otherwise you'll miss the majority of matches.

With the add-ons a couple of quick clicks can save you a lot of hassle and even better the scamming cunts lose if you report them. All done in seconds.
Which is where I've been going wrong, in the past!  :blush:

Offline philuk1uk

When i've tried on Google it says the images on an AW profile are not accessible? and on Tineye it finds all the AW logos etc but not the images?  Can anyone advise if i'm doing something wrong?

Just tried the google reverse image search for firefox plugin and get the error

google reverse image can not be used on chrome pages! please try it on a web site image ?

Offline AnthG

I rarely bother with Tineye no more. Many times I have put an image inside tineye and got no hits. Then put it inside Google Reverse and got a hit.

Offline k

When i've tried on Google it says the images on an AW profile are not accessible? and on Tineye it finds all the AW logos etc but not the images?  Can anyone advise if i'm doing something wrong?

Click on a photo so you get the full version, then drag it to the Google Search bar.  For TinEye you need the RightToClick plugin, right-click on the full image - not the one embedded in the profile, and select TinEye.

Offline k

Sometimes with Google you don't get any matches, but it gives you a "best guess" as to who the woman is, if she's a celeb.  Powerful stuff.


Offline haystacks79

Scary what it can do sometimes, I've had it identify buildings and landmarks in the background of images before, complete with the google maps link ready should I wish to visit it.

Offline k

That is amazing and, as Haystacks says, scary too.  Just think of the privacy implications. 

For us punters I wonder whether the next thing will be the identification of premises?  For example some while ago a lot of passionate encounters (Chiswick) photos were taken on a bed with a very distinctive frame.  Or identification of girl by the tattoos she has. 

Sounds far-fetched, but to be able to identify a picture that is largely obscured does too.  Maybe there were other similar photos where the picture was not obscured?


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