Google’s Search by Images is a great way to Find Out Who’s Using Your Photos. But did you know you can use the same search feature when scouting a new location? It’s an easy way to find inspiration, here’s how.
Google’s Search by Image Name
Instead of searching by an image, type a name of a Landmark in the Google Search Bar. Google will display a gallery of images based on the name you entered. Browse through the images for ideas and inspiration.
Watch this short video on how to used Google’s Search by Image Name to photograph the Brooklyn Bridge.
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