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If you want to view photos of your aunt Sally, type in 'Photos of Sally [Surname].' If you are friends with Sally, this will return all the photos she shared with her friends. If you are not friends, the search will still return images she has shared with the public and, depending on her privacy settings, images tagged by or shared with a family member or mutual friend.
If you, or the person posting the original image liked the image, you can filter the search using that as a variable. If it was your aunt Sally, type 'Photos Liked by Sally [Surname],' or the name of the event, 'Photos of Sally Surname's Family Reunion.' If you liked the photo, type 'Photos liked by me.'
When you know the location and/or year the photo was taken, try 'Photos recently taken in [Place]' or 'Photos taken in [Place] in [Year]'.
If the photo is of you and another person, type 'Photos of me and [Person].' Add the year to the phrase or 'recently' to narrow down your results to the newest pictures.

Searching for Photos of Friends and Family

This may be the easiest Facebook picture search to conduct.
Since you probably know the person's username, use 'Photos by [Username]' to conduct a quick search. This will return photos posted by a person and, in the second grouping of results, photos they are tagged in.
Type 'Photos uploaded by my friends' to get a list of images your friends have uploaded. Click on an image in the search results to see which friend posted it.
Narrow down your results by changing 'my friends' to a particular person's Facebook name.
Search 'Photos liked by my friends' to return a list of images your friends have liked. However, it may not reveal which friend liked the image if a lot of people liked it, but it will show who originally posted the photo.
Checking up on Your Children

Use similar techniques to check up on photos shared or commented on by your friends.
The quickest way to do this is simply search using the phrase 'Photos by [Username],' but a more revealing search may be 'Photos commented on by [Username].' This will return the list of all images a person commented on and it will show the comment.
Since you are most likely friends on Facebook with your child, you can also search for 'Photos commented on by my friends.' This will broaden the search and may reveal comments your child's friends have made, if that is information you want to monitor.
Looking for Images Without a Facebook Account


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You can attempt to find images on Facebook without logging in to the site, but it is not easy.
 (without logging in to the site) and use the tabs to narrow what you see by people, places or pages, then click the character names (letters and numbers) to target your results. You will only get results for people who have public search listings on Facebook. You will get a massive quantity of results, so trying to find a particular target this way can be very time-consuming and tedious.

Tip: It's free to open a Facebook account, so you can always set up a profile and log in to avoid having to use this method.
Off-Platform Facebook Picture Searches

Although the social media platform strives to keep images viewable only from within their site, there are a few possible ways to see Facebook photos without going to the site. In a practical sense, no one can view all Facebook images from outside the platform, but some photos can be seen through a general internet search or a reverse image search.
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