Where Did That Picture Come From? Search One Billion Pictures and Find Out!
There are 1,267,490,238,449,831 pictures on the Internet – I’m just being facetious. One of them belongs to EB. Now you think an upstanding lady like EB would use her real picture on NotOverTheHill, wouldn’t you? But NOOOOO! If you do a reverse look-up on those fake pictures, you will find they are pictures of some anonymous cowgirl in Iowa, named Festa Lucille Brennan. She has the hard look of a ranch hand, doesn’t she?
Well, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. There’s an easy way to find out where pictures came from by using the reverse look-up available on TinEye. Now what’s interesting about this site is that EB has a tin ear – as those of us who have heard her sing her can attest. So it’s remarkably ironic that the site which has exposed her trickery is called TinEye. Ha ha! It makes me laugh to think old tin ear using TinEye.
We are TinEye
TinEye is an image search company. We build innovative and customizable image search solutions using image recognition and computer vision. Based in Toronto, Canada, we are a small, driven team passionate about tackling large scale search challenges using computer vision. Our image search products are used by millions of people and currently power hundreds of millions of searches in corporate and enterprise solutions across a wide range of industries – from major corporations such as Adobe Systems, Agence France Presse, Kayak to startups such as Delectable.
So, my friends, this site can indeed help you find out where an image really came from and so forth. Use it with discretion – someone you love may be exposed for their photoshoping skill. Can you spell EB?
Visit TinEye and reverse look-up any old (or new) picture you want. You may be surprised at what you find.