How to find where photograph has been used


posted on 21st of january, 2010

Hi,

Do you have good ideas how to find where sold photos has been used? Someone has wrote for example, that his photograph has been used in a book, how these photos could be found?

Thanks for any tips!



Comments (8)

Posted by BCritchley on May 10, 2012
This blog Google image search on Googles newish images search is where I have found most of my images being used.
Posted by Sarkao on May 10, 2012
I have best results with google images. Move thumbnail of your picture from dreamstime to search bar and google will find same and similar pictures.
Posted by Davidwattsjr on January 21, 2010
I was able to find some of my photos (including a couple that had been included in books) by entering into google my official dreamstime name and then dreamstime - as follows:

"David Watts Jr" dreamstime

hope this helps.

dw
Posted by Bradcalkins on January 21, 2010
Books can be found on Amazon.com, by searching for your name + Dreamstime. Otherwise, google on your names + dreamstime or try tineye. I've got thousands of sales and have only found about 10 shots in use, so if that is any indication you'll have to be lucky as well - not everyone buys the shot to use on the web...
Posted by Justmeyo on January 21, 2010
You can try on Google with username@Dreamstime or your real name@Dreamstime
Posted by Cristalloid on January 21, 2010
The tineye-website was my suggestion, too.
Posted by Defun on January 21, 2010
try http://www.tineye.com/
Posted by smartview27 on January 21, 2010
You must be lucky enough to find your photos



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