I do and did. I've been playing around with stills and searches for a few days to see what happens as it pertains to this issue and where I'm searching from, tried a few proxies, I'm not sure why it's happening. It seems to be a random variable I can't control. I think we need to accept that whoever finds these just needs to take their point from it until/unless I can stop this from happening but that's two that are just not coming up on any of my searches. I do keep an eye on the similar images list though. I did miss one earlier that was inside a GIF, but for this and the one you didn't take, those were not anywhere on my results page. I'm just going to give the points for these two films, okay? It's the least disagreeable way, in my opinion, for now.Also Boxed do you scroll down a bit when reverse searching? Like beyond the similar images bit?
It was only picked up via one website, sometimes hard to spot.
I noticed BBC were doing a thing on Transfer deadline day. They put up images of players with circles over their heads to disguise. Worked at blocking reverse search for the most part.
Bunch of cheating faggits in this thread. Boxed I found a method that drastically reduces the number of Google/tineye flags. Do you have photoshop?
I don't think there will be a perfect solution that doesn't butcher the image too far, but if it helps and is minimal effort then worth it maybe, especially if it gets us a full frame as well.I noticed BBC were doing a thing on Transfer deadline day. They put up images of players with circles over their heads to disguise. Worked at blocking reverse search for the most part.
Similar to the watermark idea we spoke about.