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Chicago Tips

The source line can be placed at the end of a caption or in a footnote or endnote.  Images are usually not listed in the Bibliography.  For more information, see:

Chicago Captions

Chicago recommends placing the source information in parenthesis and/or in different type.  

Public Domain Image
(Medium by First Name Last Name.  Image Title, date made, access date, url.)

Multnomah Falls with the caption Figure 1. Multnomah Falls along the Columbia River in Oregon.  (Photograph by David Benbinnick.  Multnomah Falls from the Base, April 25, 2006, accessed March 7, 2018, commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Multnomah_Falls _from_the_base.jpg.)

 

PowerPoint Slide
PowerPoint slide with the un-numbered footnote David Benbinnick, Multnomah Falls from the Base, April 25, 2006, accessed March 7, 2018, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Multnomah_Falls_from_the_base.jpg.

 

Creative Commons Licensed Image
(Medium by First Name Last Name.  Image Title, date made, access date, url: Creative Commons License abbreviation.)

Houses of Parliament with the caption Figure 2: Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament in London, UK.  (Photograph by Pedro Szekely.  Houses of Parliament, London, July 4, 2004, accessed March 7, 2018, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pedrosz/5243412032: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.)

Chicago Endnotes or Footnotes

Template:

First Name Last Name, Image Title, date made, access date, url: Acknowledgement (if required).

Examples:

Public Domain Image
1. David Benvinnick, Multnomah Falls from the Base, April 25, 2006, accessed March 7, 2018, http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Multnomah_Falls _from_the_base.jpg.

Creative Commons Licensed Image
2. Photograph by Pedro Szekely, Houses of Parliament, London, July 4, 2004, accessed March 7, 2018, https://www.flickr.com/photos/pedrosz/524341 2032: CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.