Can you use images in an APA paper?
Any image used in your assignment requires a caption. If the image is not your own work it also requires an intext citation to the original source. If the image is your own (e.g. your own photo), you just need a caption. No intext citation or reference is required.
Do I need to reference my own photos?
In theory, you do not need to cite and reference a photograph that you have taken yourself as you are the creator of the photograph. However, you would need to add a caption beneath any illustration within the main body of your work, ie, giving the photo a title, as follows: Figure 1: Title of photo.
How do you reference a picture Harvard style?
To be made up of:Photographer.Year of publication (in round brackets).Title of photograph (in italics).Available at: URL.(Accessed/downloaded: date).
How do you reference artwork in an essay?
Provide the artist’s name, the title of the artwork in italics, and the date of composition. Finally, provide the name of the institution that houses the artwork followed by the location of the institution (if the location is not listed in the name of the institution, e.g.