How to Do Super High Resolution Image Search with Google

According to WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization), Intellectual Property refers to the creation and labor of the mind, including its fruition. It could be inventions, artistic and literary works, symbols, names, images and designs used in commerce. So, when someone came up with an epic or novel artistic creations, it can be protected in various ways and in many levels. This can be Patents, Trademarks or Copyright. But what are they exactly and how are they any different?

Gone are the days where you can still deliberately narrow up your image size search with Google. Today, image size searches have been singled-out by Google into just Any Size, Large, Medium and Icon. There will be no way for you to input image size numerically.

In this quick tutorial, we will explore on how you can bring back the good old classic Google has had before. Surprisingly, it is still working.

Carry on.


Notice all the image profile selection fields provided for you. Your next step will be to input the image profile you need to download – from the most coveted image size in pixels, aspect ratio, words combinations, colors range, places, user rights and more.

After inputting desired image profile…

At this point, image search results will be according to as you intended or as close to what you need. Notice also, that additional image search parameters appear for you to adjust.

Note: This Google search is a legacy method. Which means it is old and rested, but still meant to be used. So, check for yourself in later times if this Google feature still works.




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