Have you heard about Google's latest image search feature yet? Basically, Google has a new feature allowing you to search the internet with an image you already have.
What's the point? Well, here's a few examples...
Do you have an image you're trying to find the original source for? A quick Google image search could help.
Are you concerned about images of your art being stolen, or someone pretending it is theirs? A quick Google image search could help.
Do you want a higher resolution of an image you have found? A quick Google image search could help.
Their full guide is here, but basically you can search using four different techniques, depending on what is easiest for you. I decided to download the Firefox extension, meaning I can just right click on any image and access the search function immediately. Let me give you an example.
With the Firefox addon, I can simply right click on my image, and select the option, "Search Google with this image".
With my settings, this opens the search in a new tab, and you can see all the different results below:
This really is such a useful feature to keep track of your own work, and to access other images you want. I hope you find it as helpful as I am!