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Find Related Images With Reverse Image Search

You can use a picture to find related images from the web.

What You’ll Find

When you search with a picture, your results may include:

  • Similar images
  • The websites that contain these images
  • Other sizes of the picture you searched with
  • How Google uses the pictures you search with
  • The pictures or URLs you upload in your search are stored by Google. We’ll only use them to make our products and services better.

Using Your Computer /Laptop:

Compatible Browsers

You can do a reverse image search on most browsers, like:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • Edge

Upload a picture

On your computer, open a web browser, like Chrome or Safari.

  1. Go to Google Images »
  2. Click Search by image 
  3. Click Upload an image > Choose File or Browse
  4. Select a picture from your computer
  5. Click Open or Choose

Drag and drop a picture

Note: To drag and drop pictures, you’ll need to use Chrome or Firefox.

  1. On your computer, open a browser, like Chrome or Firefox
  2. Go to Google Images »
  3. On your computer, find the file with the picture you want to search with
  4. Click the picture
  5. Hold down the mouse, drag the picture, and then drop it into the search box

Search with a URL

On your computer, open a web browser, like Chrome or Safari.

  1. Go to the website with the picture you want to use.
  2. To copy the URL, right-click on the picture.
  3. Click Copy image address
  4. Go to Google Images »
  5. Click Search by image