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https://twitter.com/henkvaness/status/1680964912313409536

 

I don't really use it enough to know if this is useful or not but I'll just put it out there (I hope it's not a scam!!!)

 

The actual page is currently here:

 

https://vaness.nl/

 

But that will be removed and then its home will be here:

 

https://googlelens.imagesniper.eu/

 

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15 minutes ago, Harry Harrison said:

https://twitter.com/henkvaness/status/1680964912313409536

 

I don't really use it enough to know if this is useful or not but I'll just put it out there (I hope it's not a scam!!!)

 

The actual page is currently here:

 

https://vaness.nl/

 

But that will be removed and then its home will be here:

 

https://googlelens.imagesniper.eu/

 

 

I just used the above to search for a zoomed and now licensed image at https://planetradio.co.uk/greatest-hits/norfolk/news/campaign-group-concerned-about-new-wind-farms-off-suffolk-loses-high-court-fight/. For some time the Google image search has been useless. I only wish it could magic up higher license fees.

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Thanks Harry! I'm trying to drag and drop in the search box but it's not working - is it working for you? Maybe I'm doing something wrong? I hope I can figure this out, Google reverse image search really has been useless for a long time which has been so frustrating.

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I have image search on my right-click context menu on FF- it's a browser extension called Search by Image. I don't have it on Chrome because I don't use it for search, but there probably is one.

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7 minutes ago, Gina Kelly said:

Thanks Harry! I'm trying to drag and drop in the search box but it's not working - is it working for you?

Sorry Gina, I just spotted it but haven't had time to try it, hopefully the Alamy Community will sort it out!

 

Incidentally it was retweeted by Shayan Sardarizadeh, the BBC's disinformation correspondent who must use this sort of thing all the time so it's not a scam.

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