3 Ways to Find Who Steals Your Photos on the Web

If at any time you have seen your photos being used by third parties, without the σας, σίγουρα θα έχετε αντιληφθεί πόσο εύκολα μπορείτε πέσετε θύμα στην θλιβερή πραγματικότητα της ψηφιακής εποχής μας. Αυτός ήταν ο λόγος που ένα επαγγελματίας φωτογράφος, ο Anthony Morganti, αποφάσισε να δημιουργήσει και να μοιραστεί ένα περιγράφοντας 3 βασικούς τρόπους για να αναζητήσετε και να βρείτε τις κλεμμένες φωτογραφίες σας στο δια.

The του Morganti ίσως δεν ανοίγει νέους δρόμους και ιδέες ανίχνευσης κλεμμένων φωτογραφιών, αλλά σίγουρα μια επισκόπηση ορισμένων βασικών μεθόδων που είναι ιδιαίτερα χρήσιμες εάν είστε αρχάριος στο επάγγελμα ή αν ασχολείστε με την κλοπή φωτογραφιών για πρώτη φορά.

1. Google and Google Alerts
The first way is both simpler and enough enough to find them photos on-line. Search Google for yourself and your website. Better still, set Google to notify you by email whenever someone tells you.

This is a great way to keep track of reports and links to you, but it's also a good way to find websites where their owners "borrow" your photos without permission. In the video, Morganti shows you how to create notifications on Google and also advises you
what to do so your inbox does not flood with irrelevant alerts.

2. Reverse Image Search
The most widespread and perhaps the most useful free way to find your images on the internet is reverse image search, or reverse image search.

In the video, Morganti covers three different options. You can search by image URL, you can load your images one by one into Google Image Search, or you can right-click an image (only available in Chrome and ) and select "Google Image Search".

3. Invisible watermarks
As a third solution Morgani suggests something a little more advanced and therefore costs money. Using a paid, such as Digimarc, you can add the "invisible" watermark to your image. And we say "invisible" with quotation marks because capable thieves could detect it with Photoshop, but otherwise it is extremely difficult for the human eye to see. See for example the image below. Can you see the watermark? But it is there…

But what does the watermark do if it is invisible? Digimarc uses these invisible signs to find your images online with their own special reverse image search, creating a report that shows you where the you with or without permission.

It is true that this is a paid service, but if you are a professional and base your income and survival on this job then the of your images and finding offenders is one way.

Of course there are other ways to find your stolen photos, but these three methods will cover you well enough without causing you to eat all of your time in front of a screen or to force your pictures to be covered in badly visible watermarks.

Watch the video below:

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