The first step in solving a bad image sharing problem is finding the source of the problem.
You’ll need to ask yourself: Who is sharing the image?
Is it a friend or a stranger?
Is there anything you could have done to prevent it?
This is where the power of Google Search becomes important.
Search engines will allow you to filter by source to narrow down the search results.
For example, if you searched for “bad images”, you would see only images that were “bad” and not images that are “good”.
You can do this in a few ways.
If you’re sharing an image on social media, you can choose to hide the source or you can use a tool such as Picasa to add a link to the image on the same social network.
But if you’re not sharing images from the same source, you’ll still need to be sure that your image is being shared correctly.
Google’s Image search is one of the easiest ways to do this.
Simply type the word “bad image” into Google and then press “Search”.
Here’s how:Once you find the source, click the image to reveal its full dimensions and click the “Show Source” button to show a thumbnail of the source image.
If you’re looking to share a photo on Facebook, you may want to use a “Share by” button or add an image URL in the URL bar to the right of the image.
If sharing on Instagram, just choose “Image Link” from the menu to add the source link to your post.
If the source is a friend, or even a stranger, you might want to consider using a social networking tool such to Google’s Image Search.
However, it’s always a good idea to check whether the source was posted by someone you know.
If so, you will likely be able to avoid sharing the offending image.