How To Supercharge Google Image Search
As the internet matures, so do people’s searching techniques. Slowly, people are starting to use longer keyword terms to find the things they need, using more specific information to retreive what they want.
Another way is to use more specific search tools. Google Image Search is one of them that is starting to catch on. If you’re never used the “IMAGES” search at the top of the Google search results page, you are in for a treat. It quickly will scan the web and come back with related images to your search terms.
Google Image Search will provide thumbnails for which you can click on each one to see if it’s really what you’re looking for. The size of the thumbnails can quickly be cumbersome to go through so there’s a better way to do image searches on Google and view the full-sized photos all on a single page to save you time from all that clicking back and forth. . .
A neat little trick is to use the Google Image Ripper — not created by Google — but it allows you to do Google image searches, specify the size of photos you’re looking for and come back with the full-size results all on a single page.
If you click on any of the images, it will open a new page with that specific image on the original site. It’s a really neat and fun application for Google Image Search. Almost so simple and intuitive, it’s surprising that Google itself doesn’t provide this option on their own site.