This page provides information on how to cite images.
Any visual media or image used to write a formal paper or project must be cited. Your instructor will let you know which style is required. Your research assignment handout or syllabus may also provide what type of style is required. If you need clarification, friendly librarians are also available to assist you.
At a minimum, image citations should include the following information:
It is also useful to include date, culture, and rights information, if known.
Where do you put the citations?
When do you use an attribution?
An attribution is less formal than a citation. Simpler. It is often used for presentations or papers or other formats that do not require a formal citation style.
What information do you need to attribute?
Where do you put an attribution?