This just in. My colleagues over at Photo Archive News just posted an article on Google’s new image search.
Google say: “Whether you type, speak or upload a photo, once you’ve indicated what you’re looking for the next step in your search is to sift through the results and pick one. To make this faster, last year we introduced Google Instant, which gives you search results while you type. We estimated Google Instant saves you between two and five seconds on typical searches. But once you’ve picked a result, you click, and then wait again for the page to load—for an average of about five seconds.”
Read what A Photo Editor says about it by clicking here
But what I really want to know is what you think about this? Good or bad for our industry. Theft made easy or a better way to find more original content?