Posted: Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:16 pm
Okay guys...last one. I don't think I'll look for the girl with the wavy hair.
I'm not sure tineye is used for searching for the same image, or just shows you what image is associated with that webpage.
I found a time saving method of looking for the stolen images.
Type the dimension into google's search engine and a descritption like this. [imagesize:495x640 drawing]
That's how I finally found this horse.
Posted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 4:36 am
Quotes from the TinEye image searching website.
"Why use TinEye?
There are many uses for TinEye, but here are a few:
Find out where an image came from, or get more information about it
Research or track the appearance of an image online
Find higher resolution versions of an image
Locate web pages that make use of an image you have created
Discover modified or edited versions of an image. "
"Can TinEye find similar images? Does TinEye do facial recognition?
TinEye finds exact and altered copies of the images that you submit, including those that have been cropped, colour adjusted, resized, heavily edited or slightly rotated. TinEye does not commonly return similar matches, and it cannot recognize the contents of any image. This means that TinEye cannot find different images with the same people or things in them. "
"Why can't TinEye find my image? I know it is on the web.
There is a huge and growing amount of images on the web, and TinEye has only crawled a fraction of them so far. We probably missed your image because we have not crawled the website(s) where it appears, or we don't have the latest updates from the site(s). Additionally, some website content is protected by robots.txt or is otherwise uncrawlable.
However our search index does increase incrementally over time, so please be sure to search for your image again at a later date. To receive notification when we update our index or to get the latest news, please check out our What's New page, which also offers an RSS feed. "
Posted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 9:48 am
i used tineye on my Natalie Portman to see what , if anything, it would show.
It showed the reference photo I used, but it also brought up this page.
Isn't this Brian's drawing?
http://www.lifeinbursa.com/haberx/26396 ... manim_.htm
Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:12 am
I dont like these thieves but the sad thing is i think its funny to watch them fall with such obvious emissions as leaving the original artists sig in the corner. I hope she does not consider thieving as a career, she would make a pretty lame bank robber.