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Academic Integrity: Finding Images

Image Citation Example

Artist's Last Name, First Name. Title. Date Taken. Website. Sponsor of Website, Date Posted. <URL>. Date Accessed.

Example:

Lange, Dorothea. Migrant Mother. 1936. 100 Photos, Time, 100photos.time.com/
     photos/dorothea-lange-migrant-mother. Accessed 1 May 2019.

What's the Big Deal?

If you choose not to create your own images, you should look for images that artists and photographers WANT to share--freely, without their permission. When using images from the sites below, double-check to make sure that the owners of the images are willing to share them freely--some may have minor restrictions. Note: you still need to cite where you find these images!!

Use the Image Quest Database

Use the databases to find images that come with pre-made citations, or even better use Britannica Image Quest!

Copyright-Friendly Images

Guide to Finding and Using Flickr Images

ImageCodr

Image Generators

Create your own images, fast! Just add words.

Image Enhancement