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July 12, 2021

Do you have to cite your own images?

Do you have to cite your own images?

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. You would then refer to the photo in the main body of your text, to explain why you have included it in your work, for example: Figure 1 shows…

Do you have to cite your own pictures apa?

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.

How do you reference a figure in a paper?

Figure reproduced in your text From “Title of Article,” by Author First Initial. Second Initial. Surname, Year, Journal Title, Volume(issue), page number (url or doi if it’s from an ejournal). Copyright Year by the Name of Copyright Holder.

How do you cite a chart from a website?

Adapted from “Title of Website,” by Author/Creator’s First Initial. Second Initial. Last Name if given, publication date if given, Title of Website. Retrieved Month, day, year that you last viewed the website, from url.