Two Great Links
Written by: Tiffany Joyce
Hello, friends. I have been made aware of two really great websites that I’d like to share with you all.
First up is ImageRights. This is a FREE image visual search engine and webcrawler that helps you find where your images are being used throughout the internet. By uploading your images to the ImageRights website, the webcrawler will then use image recognition technology to find where on the internet someone may be using your images. It can even tell if your original image was altered and re-posted. You are then provided with a report that provides the URL and ownership information of the site where your image was discovered. This is a FANTASTIC tool to add to your arsenal when trying to protect copyrighted work. Because in addition to finding your infringed work, ImageRights will also help you pursue compensation for the use of your copyrighted material. Head over to their website for all the details!
Secondly, if you’re in the market for a new camera, check out Snapsort. This great new website helps you review, compare, and explore every just about every camera available on the market today. It provides personalized advice, whether you’re vague in your requirements, or are looking for very specific cameras that do very specific things. Explore lets you sort and browse an overall list of cameras. Compare lets you compare the features of specific cameras. Learn gives you great information on the vast array of camera functions and capabilities. And Just Tell Me recommends Digicams or DSLR’s within your specific budget. Overall, the website provides you with an unbelievable amount of valuable information, organized in a very user-friendly way. Highly recommended!
How about you guys? Has anyone out there come across a great photography-oriented website that they’d like to share with us? Leave the details in the comments!
Photo credit: “Icy Chain-link Fence” by Existentist on Flickr Creative Commons.
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