Photographs from Print Sources
When referencing a photograph from a print source, such as a book or magazine, you must include the following information in both the footnote and bibliographic citation: Author, photograph title, year the photo was taken, book or magazine title and page number. A sample footnote citation follows the format: Steve McCurry, “Afghan Girl,” 1984, in National Geographic (Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1985), cover page. The book or magazine title in this citation should be italicized. Subsequent footnotes of the same citation should simply read: McCurry, “Afghan Girl”. The bibliographic citation contains the same information, but in a slightly different format: McCurry, Steve. “Afghan Girl.” 1984. In National Geographic. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1985, cover page.
Citing Electronic Sources
If you obtain a photograph from the Internet, include the URL in place of the publication location and page number, as follows: Stuart Franklin Magnum, Tiananmen Square (italicized), 1989, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/photography/8883935/Magnum-Contact-Sheets.html?image=5. The bibliographic citation follows the same format, but with periods in place of the commas, and the author’s last name precedes a comma and his first name. The shortened footnote contains the author’s last name, followed by a comma and the photograph title, italicized.