Learn about frequently-used citation styles and citation tools.
Citing Images Found with Google
If you found your image through Google Image Search, remember to cite the original page on which the image appears, not the Google Images results page. It's just like a textual web source: cite the URL that takes you directly to the source.
Just like you would cite any textual source you use in a project or paper, you should give proper attribution for any images you include. Each discipline has slightly different requirements, so check with your professor.
The basic information you should always note includes:
- the title
- the artist/photographer/creator
- the source (i.e., information about the book, journal, database, or web address where you found the image, including page numbers and publication information).
Check the appropriate style manual to find out what to do for each citation style.
Online Citation Resources
- Exporting Citations from JSTORIncludes information on how to export citations for both journal articles and images in MLA, APA, and Chicago styles.