Posted Fri Feb 22 11:04PM
I did the typical copy/paste from istock into Photoshop, and now I can't find the original on istock to make the purchase. Can someone please help me locate it? Thank you!
Posted Sat Feb 23 2:50AM
I tried a reverse google image search as well as a TinEye search, and both came up blank. It may be that the image has been deactivated, either by the contributor or by iStock. I also did several keyword searches on iStock itself but came up blank.
(Edited on 2013-02-26 03:30:43 by kelvinjay)
Posted Mon Feb 25 10:50PM
Thanks for trying. The image isn't that old, and I tried the TinEye search as well, with no results.
Posted Mon Feb 25 11:01PM
Do you have the original filename or you renamed the file? There might be a picture's ID in the filename.
Posted Tue Feb 26 7:41AM
It helps when saving a comp image that, rather than using the copy-paste method, click download comp image. You will then have the image with its name and ID number for future reference. I find this very helpful since then you can just search for the image ID number then you have it.
(Edited on 2013-02-26 07:43:39 by 2ndLookGraphics)
Posted Tue Feb 26 8:54AM
I looked as well. That is high quality image that would show in a search results very quickly, as well as in TinEye and Google image search. It must have been deactivated. Maybe owner decided to sell it as RM?
Posted Tue Feb 26 9:07AM
Posted Tue Feb 26 9:25AM
Well done! I spent ages looking through business meeting shots.
Posted Fri Mar 1 2:35PM
Thank you adamkaz! I spent at least one to two hours looking for it, then another hour or so trying to find a replacement. I almost always download the comp, and then put a copy into Photoshop, but sometimes I get in a flow of trying out so many images, I just copy/paste, and then move on to something else.