Posts related to captions
Do I need to cite computer-aided design (CAD) software that I used to create a drawing or model?
If you use computer-aided design, or CAD, software to create a two-dimensional drawing, a three-dimensional model, or another type of visual output to be included… Read More
How do I credit myself as the author of a photograph?
How you credit yourself as the author of a photograph depends on the accessibility of the photograph. If your paper discusses a photograph that is… Read More
How do I embed an MP3 file in my paper? How do I label and cite it?
Embed an MP3 file the same way you’d embed an image. If you refer to the file only once, include a caption that contains all… Read More
How do I indicate that I prepared the figures included in my paper?
Unless otherwise indicated, the reader should assume that you are the author of the figures in your paper. Provide a label (e.g., “Fig. 1”) and… Read More
If I have edited an image for publication, how do I cite it?
Indicate in your caption that you have edited the image. For works that will be published, ensure that you have been granted the rights to do… Read More
How do I cite photographs or other images that I use in a PowerPoint presentation or web project?
Cite an image used in a PowerPoint presentation or web project the same way you would cite it in a printed paper. See the example in… Read More
When should citation information in captions be separated by commas instead of semicolons?
If you provide full bibliographic details in a caption, convert the periods normally used after the elements of a works-cited-list entry into semicolons: Fig. 1. Vincent… Read More
How do I cite a screenshot or frame capture in a caption and in my works-cited list?
The caption usually appears beneath the image. If you discuss the work from which the screenshot or frame capture is taken, the caption should act… Read More