The last smoke by Sanjog – a beautiful picture.
Launched in private Alpha stage today, PhotoFinder is a face recognition application for Facebook build by an Israeli company – Face.com – intended to help you scan and find pictures that you or your friends have uploaded and haven’t been tagged yet.
If you’re like Arrington from Techcrunch.com or Robert Scoble ( famous with thousands of pictures that is), you probably have no idea how many untagged pictures of you have been uploaded to Facebook, so you’re probably curious to see them, to remember the events you’ve attended and people you’ve met.
And is not only the number of the pics you might want to find out about, but also maybe some embarrassing ones from parties. 😀
In my opinion, this app is the perfect one to get a hold of your images spread all over Facebook.
When i first heard about this application i was a little bit worried, but this app respects your privacy and only the pictures that are being uploaded to the public can be found. I tested it, so i can vouch for it.
They also had some invitations to this app but i bet they are off by now. But you know what? I have 20 invitations for you if you care to join. Take that Techcrunch!
If you can’t get your invitation, please let me know and i’ll bribe someone there to give me another 20.
The free stock photography Photl.com has to be one of the best image storage websites there is for high resolution images i have stumbled upon so far.
There is a special feature added to the search box; when looking up a keyword, you can also set the color for the images you would want to have displayed.
Try a search with the keyword “office” and check the blue colour. Your image results should turn…blue.
The images can only be downloaded after signing up, which is a very short process.
Photl is available in 8 languages and it contains at the moment 159 615 images. Plenty to choose from for your next project.
There is a download limit of 45 mb per day.
The most popular tags are being displayed on the home page.