Click here to read the full commentary article on Google’s new/refined image search process.

“I did a Google search for the image” has become a standard phrase I hear a lot. It is said without thought of image quality (which often is why I am asking where the image was sourced from, in hopes of getting a higher resolution image to work with), ownership or copyright issues. Recently, Google has revised its image search display process to simplify the process. For presenters, this may be helpful, but I can definitely understand the loss of website recognition and ease of “borrowing” images.

Example of the “old” Google search results (shows source website in background):

Here is what is seen from a Google image search today (shows only image, mage specs, and related images):

– Troy @ TLC