By Anonymous - 11/09/2015 17:25 - United States - Blairstown
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I misread the FML, I thought it said she did it herself.
It is illegal even if it's photoshopped (assuming OP is a minor). She really should report it to local and school authorities. That also constitutes sexual harassment and bullying. Most schools in the U.S. have zero tolerance policies in regards to that. The school I teach at had a similar situation last year-- there was a full police investigation. Student computers and phones were seized (because, even photoshopped, it was considered child pornography) and four students were expelled. No one should have to put up with that kind of harassment at school. OP needs to let school admin know and file a police report. That photo could haunt her for a long time-- especially if it's on the Internet.
Tin-eye works pretty well, even if there are minor inconsistencies. If she can find both source photos and get the police involved there's a good chance the police can find the little shit. I mean, the person who did it has to have had access to a wide variety of photos of her to find a usable match and if the police subpena her friends ISPs they might be able to find a match. I mean, think about it, when a guy watches porn, he "watches" it, ie videos. All you got to do is find a friend, most likely a guy, with a search history of still image porn.
I'll second google. Assuming it's a full-body shot, and they left the original background (both likely), the pose and shapes (headboard, bookshelves, etc.) should get you a match. If you're looking for where they got your face, crop it down to just a face and search that out. GOOD LUCK nailing these jerks.
How could anyone deserve this??
Try Tineye.com It's a reverse image search site.