Multicolr Search Lab is a cool Flickr color search app which lets you find quality Flickr photos of a specific color scheme. It shows you a color selection box on the right and once you click on a color it pulls out pictures from Flickr matching that color selection. You could even choose more colors and get pictures of combined color schemes.
– Flickr color search
Like in the screenshot below, I selected 3 colors – red, brown and green. The resulting flickr pictures displaying a combination of these 3 colors were quite awesome. And keep in mind that these are all creative commons images which can be used in your blog or website with attribution.
– Flickr color picker
Overall this is a good website for flickr lovers and also bloggers who love to use nice images in their blog posts.
Image After is a large online free photo collection. You can download and use any image or texture from our site and use it in your own work, either personal or commercial.
In the imageafter.com ‘image’ directory you can expect free high resolution images of objects, places, animals, mechanics, insects, signs, circuits and plants etc. All stock photos can be freely downloaded and used in you commercial or personal works. The size of the images range from 1600×1200 to 2560×1920. Although some images are fit for wallpaper on your desktop, most images are raw unprocessed and sometimes even out of focus. This is done deliberately.
We could never determine what images are usefull or not for your projects. All images are in jpg or jpeg format. We do not recompress the images anymore. The way you see them thats the way they came out of our nikon digital cameras. However we did not made all the images on the site.
Currently only a small part of our collection is madeup by donations from visitors. This amount wil certainly grow in the future. People who donate images agreed to give up their rights to the images and that the images are theirs to give away.
However Desktop Nexus is more than the text you see on this website. Desktop Nexus is a community. We’ve built a passionate member-base around technology that does not drive this site, but rather supports it. Our technology allows members to interact, sharing real-time feedback with artists or photographers. It allows visitors to subscribe to RSS feeds and get notified whenever a new wallpaper is uploaded to one of their favorite categories. It takes every wallpaper uploaded by the members of this site, and automatically crops, stretches, resizes, and remasters the image to fit your screen size perfectly. Desktop Nexus provides a medium for members to share their desktop creations with the world.
There are many places online to find desktop wallpapers, but none can compete with Desktop nexus for the volume of high-quality, well organized wallpapers we offer.
TinEye is a reverse image search engine. You can submit an image to TinEye to find out where it came from, how it is being used, if modified versions of the image exist, or to find higher resolution versions. TinEye is the first image search engine on the web to use image identification technology rather than keywords, metadata or watermarks.
How does TinEye work?
When you submit an image to be searched, TinEye creates a unique and compact digital signature or ‘fingerprint’ for it, then compares this fingerprint to every other image in our index to retrieve matches. TinEye can even find a partial fingerprint match.
TinEye does not typically find similar images (i.e. a different image with the same subject matter); it finds exact matches including those that have been cropped, edited or resized.
Why use TinEye?
There are many uses for TinEye, but here are a few:
Find out where an image came from, or get more information about it
Research or track the appearance of an image online
Find higher resolution versions of an image
Locate web pages that make use of an image you have created
Today we’re pleased to announce a redesign of our search results page. The changes we’ve introduced make it easier to browse through the billions of photos and videos on Flickr, and to connect to the communities that help make sense of all those photos.
Note the new “View” controls at the top of the page, these allow you to display the results in different sizes and formats. Both small and medium views have an ‘i’ icon on every thumbnail — click it to see more detailed information about a particular photo. We’re also doing some whiz bang stuff in the small view to take advantage of as much space as you have on your screen, just try resizing your browser to see.
On the right side of the page we try to provide a new perspective on your search. Based upon how our members are tagging their photos and participating in the Flickrverse, you’ll see links to the groups, photographers, tag clusters and places that are most closely related what you’re looking for. We hope these will occasionally provide a little extra inspiration for your search.