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Citing Photographs Step 1: Cite in your nonfiction piece Citing a Photograph (Photographer Known): Citing a Photograph (Photographer Unknown): 1. Upload the photograph. 1. Upload the photograph. 2. Write the citation right below the photograph it 2. Write the citation right below the photograph it should say: (Photo by: author first and last should sa
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  Citing Photographs Step 1: Cite in your nonfiction piece  Citing a Photograph (Photographer Known): 1.Upload the photograph. 2.Write the citation right below the photograph it should say: (Photo by: author first and last name). Make sure that the first letter of the first and last name are capitalized. Example: (Photo by: Alexey Kljatov)  Citing a Photograph (Photographer Unknown): 1.Upload the photograph. 2.Write the citation right below the photograph it should say: (Photo by: organization name). Make sure that the first letter(s) of the organization’s name are capitalized Example: (Photo by: Yoganonamous)   Step 2: Create and save a bibliographical entry in your bibliography. You need to save the bibliographical citation somewhere so that you can access it when you create your Works Cited page at the end of the project. Save all of your bibliographical information in Easybib. Here is the process: 1.In one tab, open Easybib.com. a.Make sure you are signed in using your school account. b.Select “ML 8.” 2.In another tab, visit the source page of the photograph you have selected. a.If you are searching in Google Images, click on the image and select “Visit Page” in the gray menu. 3.Go back to the Easybib tab. a.Select the medium type. If you know the photographer’s name, follow the steps on the left. If you do not know the photographer’s name, follow the steps on the right. b. Select “Photograph” under “ ll 59 options.” c. Manually plug in the photo title, collection, museum or institution, city, date created, and contributors. If this information is available. d. Click “Create Citation.” e. Save the bibliographical citation to your project. Example: Kljatov, Alexey. Snowflake Macro Photography  . N.d. Wikimedia Commons. File:Snowflake Macro Photography 2.jpg  . Web. 23 Feb. 2017.  b. Select “Website” in the initial options bar. c. Copy and paste the URL of the image website into the space. d. Click “Cite It.” e. Click “Cite This” next to the website that was yielded in Easybib’s search results. f. Click “Continue to the final Step.” g. dd any additional information you can find. h. Click “Create Citation.” Example: Discover the Magical Powers of Crystals. YOGANONYMOUS . N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Feb. 2017.  
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