I have the following screen shot of an image. How can I find the original? I believe it may have come from Getty Images. I'd like to purchase the original version of this, but don't know where to find it.

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  • The file name may give you a clue.
    – Emre
    Dec 19, 2012 at 2:57
  • i had to crop it out of a jpeg. The jpeg was called OPC.PNG (it was renamed so i don't know the oriignal filename) Dec 19, 2012 at 3:07
  • Yes, seen similar on istock or dreamstime. Not certain why my spending time looking for it is any better than you spending your time.
    – Scott
    Dec 19, 2012 at 8:00
  • Edited to make the question a little more general...we didn't really have a direct question on here that could be answered with "TinEye"! (Apart from graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/q/2315/5489 but I thought that was different enough to not vote to close this as a duplicate)
    – Brendan
    Dec 19, 2012 at 15:17

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If you think it came from Getty, send them a message and see if they can dig it up for you. They'll be happy to do a little image research if they know you're going to pay.


Cool product called TinEye will do this reverse image lookup for you. Results vary depending on the source image, of course, but it could save you a bit of time.

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    There's also Google Reverse Image Search (do a normal google image search, then click the camera icon in the input box and upload your image): tineye usually gets more accurate results, but it sometimes finds things TinEye doesn't. Not sure how good either is at parts of a whole image though - in google image reverse, selecting 'Visually similar' may help. Dec 19, 2012 at 12:56
  • ooh, google does that too? The things you learn. :) Dec 19, 2012 at 14:21
  • Both google images and tineye are such useful tools! Thanks a lot guys! Dec 19, 2012 at 16:38

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