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Selling your Paintings => Selling your Paintings => Topic started by: Annie. on November 23, 2016, 10:10:24 AM

Title: Matching images with Internet content to look for similarity, how?
Post by: Annie. on November 23, 2016, 10:10:24 AM
Dear Fellow Artists,

I need to label some paintings done based on old copyright free painting, e.g. van Gogh.

Unfortunately some I cannot identify the painter, nor the title of the painting.

I thought there was a way to compare photo with content on the internet.  Does anyone know how and could direct me  to do this?

Much appreciated, I am doing this to help someone else.

Many many thanks, been struggling for hours on this.  Annie
Title: Re: Matching images with Internet content to look for similarity, how?
Post by: musika on November 23, 2016, 12:38:18 PM
Go to a Google Images page (e.g. search for "pictures" then click on <Images>)
A camera icon will appear on the RH-side of the search bar. Click on it and follow the instructions.
Title: Re: Matching images with Internet content to look for similarity, how?
Post by: Annie. on November 23, 2016, 12:54:22 PM
Musika,
Many thanks, the second I paid attention to the little icon camera it came back to me.  But for my dear life I could not remember it.

We are going to have to start paying consultation fees  O0