Harvard Examples - Creative works - Image

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For referencing and citation, treat an image similar to how one treats a quote of an Author present in the source you are using.

In-text

Template

Photographer's photo … (Source author Year, Page).

Examples

Jim Kay's illustrations are … (Rowling 2015, 173)

Vogue's photograph Double Rainbow shows lots of colour (Dressed Fork, 2017).

Print book as the source of the image

Template

Author. Year. Title of source. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Example

Rowling, J. K. 2015. Harry Potter and the philosopher's stone. London: Bloomsbury.

Website as the source of the image

Template

Author. Year. "Title of webpage." Accessed Month Date, Year. http://www.xxxxxx.

Example

Dressed Fork. 2017. "5 Take Home Trends from Fashion Week Australia." Accessed August 13, 2017. https://www.thedressedfork.com/5-take-home-trends-from-fashion-week.

Image presented in your work

Template

Image #: Title (Photographer as shown in Author Year, Page).

Example

Figure 1
Image 1: The sun hat by Dior (Balkin as shown in Chenoune 2007, 60).

Print book as the source of the image

Template

Author. Year. Title of source. Place of Publication: Publisher.

Example

Chenoune, Farid. 2007. Dior: 60 years of style: From Christian Dior to John Galliano. London: Thames & Hudson.

Notes

If there is no title, provide one with a short description in its stead.

If no direct author is provided of the source from which the image came, use the authority most directly responsible for the source. For example, the author of the page, or if not available, a company responsible for the website.

The format of the end-reference depends on the type of source from which the image is taken.