In academic writing it is important to cite resources you consult. This guide will overview the process for various types of resources and introduce you to software programs that can help with the process.
APA style suggests treating image citations as figures. Follow the guidelines below and reference the APA Style book (2021):
Images should appear at the end of your research, labeled with a figure number and given a caption. This figure number can be used in your text when referencing an image and should appear directly below the image.
Caption details include the artist’s name, the title of the artwork, the date, the imagesource, and the credit line.
For more descriptive captions, it is acceptable to include materials, measurements, and the repository of the work.