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#40 Use an image to search for images

Google Images has a fun little feature that isn’t too well known. You can use an image to search for images!

This is useful if you’re trying to find images that are similar to one you have or if you are trying to find an image you already have, but need it in a different size.

Remember to combine with images for reuse to avoid copyright issues! (See #6 Change your Google image settings for only images labeled for reuse)

No audio on this one, so safe to watch in a busy office:

Featured Image: “Film Negative Size Comparison – 35mm, 120, and 4×5” by Shawn Hoke licenced under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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