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When posting art you didn't make, credit the original artist in the title and provide a source link. If you cannot find the original creator, then please try using SauceNAO or IQDB. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Which reverse image searcher did you use? I used iqdb and saucenao and both of them gave me the souce. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
You can work around this problem by uploading the image file to IQDB (it's a reverse image board search results aggregator). It helps you locate the source through the suggested image boards. There are also two very powerful search engines referenced in IQDB: SauceNAO and ascii2d. Unfortunately, they're sort of downplayed in the results, but they're excellent at their job, nonetheless. If you prefer not to rely on... - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Unfortunately, none of the artworks posted by this user belong to them. I've provided the original artwork/artist for you, please use image indexers like SauceNAO or IQDB to help you next time. - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
Hint: provide a link to the source artwork in the comments, not just in the title. Please use SauceNAO or IQDB to help you. - Source: Reddit / 5 days ago
Please check sources https://tineye.com if your post isn't OC. Karmadecay and the Google Similar Image Search (camera icon) _sometimes) work too - unfortunately those all miss things, but it's a great start. Also make sure to use the search button and check what's already here: /r/wholesomememes/top for popular posts, and /r/wholesomememes/new for the latest ones (if it's a recently popular meme, someone else... - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Some smart cookie will invent a kind of "NFT checker" website that does a kind of reverse image search (like google.com or tineye.com) for any NFT that you put into it, to show dates of any similar images used elsewhere (including other existing NFTs). - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Your post in /r/nocontextpics was automatically removed because the resolution is too low, which breaks Rule 6! Please find a higher quality version of this image using Reverse Image Search or TinEye and post it again. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Please check http://karmadecay.com , https://tineye.com , &/or the Google's "Similar Image" search in the future before posting. All of those miss things, but it's a great start. Also make sure to use the search button and check through this link:. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Your post has been removed due to being a chainpost or a repost . Please remember to search the sub and check Tineye or other image reverse search engines, if you aren't sure that it hasn't been posted before. These softwares aren’t always perfect and can sometimes provide false negatives. If your post doesn't show up on Tineye, that doesn't necessarily mean it hasn't been posted here before. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
SauceNAO - SauceNAO is a reverse image search engine.
RevIMG - RevIMG is a reverse visual search engine.
NooBox - NooBox is a Chrome Extension that provides useful functions, such as: Multi-engine Reverse image search, Extract Images, Screenshot & Search
Google Images - Google Images is a search service owned by Google that allows users to search the World Wide Web for image content.
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