Prove a Photo Is Legit with izitru
Article by George Norman
On 16 May 2014
So you took an incredible picture, shared it with your friends, and now everyone is calling you an attention w***e because they think the picture’s been shopped? Prove to the world that the picture you took is legit by using izitru.

izitru is a free image-hosting site that analyzes pictures using advanced image forensics technology. If the pictures pass six different forensics tests, they will get the izitru seal of approval.


Amazing things happen every day. And since we carry with us smartphones that have powerful cameras, it is easy to capture something amazing on camera. The problem is that some things are just too amazing to believe. Share something incredible and people will not believe it – they will say the photo you shared has been shopped. With powerful photo editing tools out there, it’s easy to be skeptical and question a photo’s authenticity.

The free image-hosting service izitru is here to solve precisely this type of situation. You can use the service to prove that the photo you took has not been edited in any way. You see, izitru uses advanced image forensics technology to analyze photos. The photos are given the izitru seal of approval only if they pass six different forensics tests. The aforementioned seal of approval guarantees that the image is legit.

Using izitru is a simple 3 step process:
  • Step 1 – visit the izitru website and upload the amazing photo you took.
  • Step 2 – let izitru use its advanced image forensics technology to analyze your photo.
  • Step 3 – if the photo passes six different forensics tests, it will get the izitru seal of approval and will be hosted on the izitru website (here’s an example). You can get the photo’s URL and share it with friends. The trust rating displayed by izitru will prove to your friends that the photo has not been shopped.
A video that explains how izitru works is available on Vimeo.

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