Welcome to the forum, Tim!
If you don't mind working with the KJV, you can use the online Strong's Concordance at http://www.eliyah.com/lexicon.html
. Enter the English word, such as "image," and then search. The search will take you to the concordance listing for the English word "image" in the KJV, with the word in question appearing in red and Strong's numbers next to each occurrence. You'll see from the various Strong's numbers that different Greek and Hebrew words are translated as "image" in the KJV. The first occurrence of "image" is in Gen 1:26 and the Strong's number there is 06754. Clicking on the Strong's number will take you to the lexical entry for the original language word, followed by a concordance listing for every occurrence of that Hebrew word. You may also want to take note of the other Hebrew words translated as "image." (And maybe the Greek words.) Sometimes the different Hebrew or Greek words which are translated into the same English words are related to one another. Sometimes they may be unrelated and have very different meanings. As in English, Greek and Hebrew words have ranges of meanings and the intended meaning in a particular passage will be determined by the context in which it is used.