Thank you for patiently waiting. First, I do not know the site's policy regarding the removal of the pictures from their site. I am saying this because, in those pictures, you are with other people, and so removing them would remove those other people's pictures too.
Second, those pictures only appear when you search for your name because the published articles where the pictures of you were uploaded contained captions bearing your name. Google and other search engines do not really recognize images. They are just brought up in searches where the keywords being searched for are associated in forms of captions -- like the 3 pictures of your. Actually there are 4 pictures of yours that I found, a total of 2 on the pool event. This 4th picture is a group picture.
So I believe the very first thing that you can do to solve this problem is still to contact the website. I believe I cannot do that on your behalf. And I also suggest that you contact the AUTHOR of the page where your pictures published since this author I believe has a way to modify his article. Another thing, I suggest that you do not ask them to remove the pictures, considering that there are other people on the pictures, but instead, to ask him to REMOVE your NAME in the caption to that the pictures will NOT appear on searches on your name.
I checked and the author of the page in the pool is Alejandro Chavarria. I checked for him but there are several people with similar names as his. But he is a photographer so I found his name in LinkedIn (you need to have a LinkedIn account to contact him) and here is his Profile Link where you can contact him:
You can also contact WorldRedEye website but I really suggest that you ask them NOT to remove the photos but to REMOVE your names in the captions so that the pictures will no longer appear in searches of you.
And when you contact them, provide these links since these are the pages where your pictures were published with your name:
Now, when your name is ***** ***** the image captions, your pictures will NOT be removed from Google searches immediately. This is because of what we call "cached" contents. That is, Google will still be showing old contents UNTIL it crawls and indexes the worldredeye website again. That is the only time that Google knows that there were changes made in the site and then save those changes that will then affects new search results.
But you can do something about it. You can file a report to Google requesting removal of cached contents. But then again, this will only be effective after world red eye website REMOVES your name from the image captions! Otherwise, Google will always use those pictures since there were no changes made to the website's contents. However, you can only send such request to Google if you have a Google Webmaster or Gmail account.
Here is the link for such request:
Again, these procedures do not take effect immediately. That is, even if the worldredeye site already removed your names in the captions, or even after you submitted the removal requests to Google, it will take some time for those changes to "propagate" across several thousands of servers that Google is using.
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