Get information about an image

You can find more information about the images you see in search results by clicking on the image. For example, you can tell what site the image came from and its dimensions. You can also find images that are related to it.

Computer
  1. Do a search on images.google.com.
  2. Click an image to see a larger version and the image details. (If clicking the image takes you directly to the website, you might be on an older browser. To try fixing the issue, update your browser or search on Google Chrome.)

From here, you might see the option to:

  • Visit the page: Go to the webpage where Google found this image by clicking Visit page Visit page.
  • Send feedback: Report an inappropriate image by clicking Send feedback.
  • Close the image: Go back to the image results page by clicking Close Close.
Mobile
  1. Do a search on images.google.com.
  2. Tap the image to see a larger version.

From here, you might see the option to:

  • Visit page: Go to the webpage where Google found this image by tapping Visit page Visit page.
  • Send feedback: Report an inappropriate image by tapping More More and then Send feedback.
  • Close the image: Go back to the image results page by tapping Close Close.

Note: It’s normal for your image results page to look different on your phone or on older versions of computer and tablet browsers.

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