If you like an image and want to find similar ones; perhaps you want the same object photographed at another angle or in different light; you like the colours and want to find more images using similar colours; you’re working on a document or presentation and want consistent imagery throughout.
Well, you don’t have to rely on Google matching you’re search queries for ‘bird’s eye view of jumping cats’ or ‘flashing disco lights in roller disco’ because you can search Google with an image instead.
1. Just find the image on your computer, or save it to your computer if it’s online, then head to Google Images.
2. Drag your image into the search bar.
And hey motherfucking presto:
Similar colours and shapes.
If you want to find the exact same object, but at different angles and in different light, just type a quick description into the search bar, beside your image:
And there you go. Similar images, similar objects, different lighting, different angles.
I’ve been using this more and more lately when working on presentations, decks and documents that rely on visuals to get points across and it’s fantastic.
For some of you, this might be last years old news. I appreciate that, but it’s something I’ve only just discovered and I think is fantastic. So if you haven’t tried it, give it a go.
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