Do you have to cite free images?

Do you have to cite free images?

Like written sources, images also need to be properly cited. Images taken from the free Web, an online database, or scanned from a book must be cited in proper form. Images from royalty-free clip art need not be cited.

Do you have to cite Google Images?

When writing a research paper, you may want to reference an image that you found on Google images. Regardless of the citation style you’re using, you aren’t going to cite to Google images directly. Rather, you need to click through the image and visit the website where it’s found.

How do I cite Google Images in APA 6th edition?

How to cite an image from Google Images in APA: Image creator’s Last name, First initial. Middle initial. (Year published).

How do I cite my own picture?

Cite yourself as the photographer. Include the title or description, along with a period, in quotation marks. State the year you took the photograph and a period. Complete the citation by stating the file extension of the photograph (e.g. JPEG file, GIF file, PNG file).

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