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Apart from Google Reverse search and Tiny eye is there any other way for checking images that might be sold I'm sure there has been some of mine possibly been sold that's not been updated (cannot remember the correct term) yet 

 

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For Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge and Safari there's Search by Image.

- [It] makes effortless reverse image searches possible, and comes with support for more than 30 search engines.

I use it with Google, Bing, Yandex, Baidu and Tineye.

Especially Yandex is brilliant for finding (nicked) copies of published images.

 

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1 hour ago, wiskerke said:

For Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge and Safari there's Search by Image.

- [It] makes effortless reverse image searches possible, and comes with support for more than 30 search engines.

I use it with Google, Bing, Yandex, Baidu and Tineye.

Especially Yandex is brilliant for finding (nicked) copies of published images.

 

Thanks Wiskerke Used to use Google all the time but now using Chrome Have heard off them all So far for the images searched at least nothing yet but time will tell Appreciate all the advice from everyone 

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You could open a free account with one of the tracking services such as Copytrack or Pixsy. I upload all zoomed, sold and news images. 

You can set up an alert on Google for anything with your name (I can’t remember how to do it but have had several alerts almost immediately after a publication).

You can also do a search using your name from time to time (though obviously what will come up will only be uses which have credited you) 

eg as below substituting your name as appropriate and adding any other websites you want to ignore. I have found a number of uses this way that I wouldn’t otherwise have known about (and sometimes unreported too) which appeared in print magazines but are then digitised on sites like Yuumpu or whatever it is.

"sally anderson" alamy -site:alamy.com -site:alamy.es -site:alamy.de -site:alamyimages.fr -site:alamy.it -site:alamy.pt -site:sallyanderson.co.uk -site:twitter.com 
 
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22 minutes ago, Sally said:

You could open a free account with one of the tracking services such as Copytrack or Pixsy. I upload all zoomed, sold and news images. 

You can set up an alert on Google for anything with your name (I can’t remember how to do it but have had several alerts almost immediately after a publication).

You can also do a search using your name from time to time (though obviously what will come up will only be uses which have credited you) 

eg as below substituting your name as appropriate and adding any other websites you want to ignore. I have found a number of uses this way that I wouldn’t otherwise have known about (and sometimes unreported too) which appeared in print magazines but are then digitised on sites like Yuumpu or whatever it is.

"sally anderson" alamy -site:alamy.com -site:alamy.es -site:alamy.de -site:alamyimages.fr -site:alamy.it -site:alamy.pt -site:sallyanderson.co.uk -site:twitter.com 
 

Indeed I just did the last one and found one of my images - as yet unreported- In Scotland’s Castles and Gardens magazine out this month.

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2 hours ago, Sally said:

You could open a free account with one of the tracking services such as Copytrack or Pixsy. I upload all zoomed, sold and news images. 

You can set up an alert on Google for anything with your name (I can’t remember how to do it but have had several alerts almost immediately after a publication).

You can also do a search using your name from time to time (though obviously what will come up will only be uses which have credited you) 

eg as below substituting your name as appropriate and adding any other websites you want to ignore. I have found a number of uses this way that I wouldn’t otherwise have known about (and sometimes unreported too) which appeared in print magazines but are then digitised on sites like Yuumpu or whatever it is.

"sally anderson" alamy -site:alamy.com -site:alamy.es -site:alamy.de -site:alamyimages.fr -site:alamy.it -site:alamy.pt -site:sallyanderson.co.uk -site:twitter.com 

Thanks I will have a look

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