I’m sure we’ve all had moments wondering who the person is in a picture. Are you looking for someone new in a picture with your partner or best friend? Have you become curious about whether an online date is using their real photos? Come check it out with us! This article will provide you with the 2 most effective ways in conducting a reverse image search, whether to find the origin of a picture or the person in it.
Option 1: Find Someone by Reverse Image Search with Social Catfish
Social Catfish is an online dating investigation service specializing in verifying identity information to avoid scams in cyberspace. While searching by name, email, phone number, username and address is available, Social Catfish also provides a Reverse Image Search function.
Its proprietary technology can scan millions of social profiles in seconds, including social media networks like Facebook and Instagram, and also dating sites such as Match.com and Tinder. You can use this handy tool to track and identify personal information to determine who the person really is.
Follow the steps below to find who’s in a picture with Social Catfish:
- Go to Social Catfish’s Image search page.
- Upload a picture and click Search.
- It may take a few seconds for Social Catfish to search social profiles. Social Catfish will then provide you results with possible face matches. Choose your spouse’s social profile and open the link.
Option 2: Search for an Image with Google Image Search
Google Images is so far the most well-known engine to search for any image across the web. Although the results may not be as comprehensive as the report generated from a dedicated People Search tool, it’s completely free!
- Go to Google Images Search.
- Click the camera icon.
- Paste the URL of an online photo into the search bar, or upload the photo.
We also encourage you to simply network with your friends and find the social connections between the person in question with you. Don’t be embarrassed to just talk to your partner or friends!
That’s the end of this post. Hope you’ll find these methods helpful in conducting a reverse image search. If you have any questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to leave us a comment below, thanks!