Search for an image using Google by providing the search engine with text or image input. Google also provides the user with advanced filters and supports search operators that restrict the search to the exact types of sources indicated by the user.
To run a basic image search, click Images on the top right, type words or phrases that describe the image you're looking for, and click the blue magnifying glass on the right. Alternatively, you can perform a reverse image search to find similar images by dragging an image from your computer into the search box.
After performing a search with words, click Search Tools below the search box in the search results page to reveal advanced options. You can then select the size, color, type and publication time of the image you're after. The Usage Rights drop-down menu allows you to find royalty-free images that you can use in commercial projects.
Likewise, you can activate various search operators by using punctuation marks and symbols. To look for an image on a specific website, type "site:" followed by the URL of the website. To expand the search to similar websites, type "related:" followed by an URL. Moreover, you can type the search words in quotation marks to make sure that Google only returns images from pages that include the exact words.