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Hunt for your own photos on the net.

© Sebcz

Every contributor here on DT wants to know how and where his/her photos were used. There is even a special thread on the Message Boards (DT in action) Because I've just discovered one of my images being used in an article, I posted a thread there too.

First have a read here.

...then let me tell how I found it.

1. I put my full name in quotas and ran Google search.

2. Then search among the search results (yes, it's another searching, cause every query brings many results, some are useless)

3. If you are lucky, and a designer/publisher credited you, you're on your way to finding You in action

4. Perform that search regularly, you will then see better if/when new results show up.

It's a fine feeling when you see one of yours published:)

Photo credits: Sebastian Czapnik.

Your article must be written in English

October 25, 2007


Using this method I found another, see here for more info.

October 02, 2007


What do you know I found mine... Thanks man...

Bilstein Shocks

September 29, 2007


This is very useful ! Thank you all for great advices and tips !!

September 25, 2007


Great ideas well stated.

September 25, 2007


And the easiest way to track your photos is to build up a Google alert ( So you will get notified every time your photo will appear online. :)

September 25, 2007


Good for you Tony!

September 25, 2007


Good point. There are obviously names which would return more results, then U need to be creative in narrowing the search criteria.

September 25, 2007


thats hard for me! search for my name and you will know why!?!? some other tag helps which goes this way -

"" + "©" + "dreamstime"

the quotes are important

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