Be a Google Images guru! Sort by subject and show image sizes.

   Posted May 27, 2011 by Jimmy Selix in Google, Internet

This guide will show you how to use sort your Google Image searches by subject. You can also display the sizes of the images on the previews.  

Google Images is a wonderfully powerful tool. Frequently, I use it why looking for stock images or for photos for my lectures. However, the default display is too random. By sorting by subject and by displaying the image size, I can quickly scan a large group of images for my perfect target. Here is how to do it.

1. Head over to google.com/images with your browser of choice.

2. Input your image search terms, in our example: civic si

3. On the results screen, click on the “Sort by Subject” link on the left pane, in the middle.

Your results will now contain the terms you specified and be sorted by subject (related search terms).

4. We can go a step further and have the results show the image size on the preview by click on the “Show Sizes” link on the left pane, bottom area.

 

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Jimmy Selix is an early adopter that loves to be one of the first on the block to have the latest and greatest in technology and gadgets. Another love of his is being able to share his knowledge to others seeking it. Feel free to drop any comments or questions that you may have.
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