How do you cite a picture?
The citation format for a photograph depends on the type of photograph and how it was published.
- Photograph from museum/collection: Last Name, First Name.
- Photograph from publication: Last Name, First Name.
- Photograph found online: Last Name, First Name.
- Personally taken photograph: Last Name, First Name.
How do you cite a Google image?
A: To cite an image found through Google using the image-search function, you must identify the Web site where the image was posted. Then, cite the image like you would if you found it through the original website where it was posted. If the image has no official title, create a short description of your own.
How do you cite a picture from a website in APA?
How to cite an image from Google Images in APA:
- In APA, if the image does not have a formal title, describe the image and place the description in brackets.
- If the author AND the title of the image are both missing, create a description, place it in brackets, and include the year and the URL (see the example below)
How do you in text cite a picture MLA?
For images reproduced in the text: Have a figure number, abbreviated as “Fig. 1” for example. Include artist’s name, title of work (italicized), date of composition, medium of the reproduction and complete publication information of the source, including page, figure or plate numbers.