Tips to Make Your Google Image Search Even Better

Today, we are share few tips to help make your image search experience better. The tips are simple enough, but if you haven't seen this kind of trick before, it's well worth knowing.To start, it's worth knowing that Google recently made a bunch of changes in the way you can search images, here're a couple […]

Today, we are share few tips to help make your image search experience better. The tips are simple enough, but if you haven't seen this kind of trick before, it's well worth knowing.

To start, it's worth knowing that Google recently made a bunch of changes in the way you can search images, here're a couple examples:

Searching image by name:

In today's world, you sometimes only "meet" people virtually. Here's a trick: just look for the name in Google Images, like [Govind Ram], and you should get a pretty good idea.

And as these examples point out, what the image search results show you is a sampling of the possibilities, not a definitive answer.

Finding a book by its cover color:

If you're a visual type, you may find it easier to find a book by its color rather than its exact title. Suppose you want to find a book about Harry Potter. You don't remember the title, just that it had a green cover.

Try searching for [Harry Potter book] in Google Images - adding the word "book" to the query will limit the searches to images related just to books.

Then, using the color filter tool in the left-hand panel, you can select the green filter and find only books about Rosa Parks that have a green color. Voila! You've found your green-covered book about Rosa Parks.

You can experiment with any query, even those that don't obviously seem to have a visual component.

[Source: Inside Seach]