Posts related to images
If a tweet contains an emoji, should I include the emoji when I use the text of the tweet as a title?
Emojis do not need to be included in the titles of tweets. If the emoji is important to the meaning of the tweet, you should… 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
How do I cite a photo or other image reproduced in a Web site article?
When citing an image reproduced in an article on a Web site, you can generally refer to it in your text and then key the… Read More
How do you cite speech bubbles from a graphic narrative or comic book?
Cite each speech bubble individually. Do not use slashes to indicate quotations from separate speech bubbles. Use ellipses only to omit text from a single… Read More
If I am citing an image from a database, and no information is provided about the artist, do I need to seek out the information for my citation?
No. If you cite an image from a database, your works-cited-list entry should only provide the information you are given. Read More