The APA Style does not give specific directions on citing images. This is an interpretation of their rules for where you discuss an image in your text, but do not reproduce it.
Reference: Creator's Lastname, Initital (s). (Year). Title of image [Format of work]. Place of publication: Publisher. Retrieved from URL
Example: FitzGerald, D. (1916). A soldier on duty outside a ruined building [Online photograph]. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.7925/drs1.ucdlib_30688
Reference: Title of work [Format of work]. (Year image was created). Place of publication: Publisher. Retrieved from URL (address of web site)
Example: Seal Island [Online photograph]. (2014). Retrieved from http://garnish-island/seals.ie
Refernce: [Subject and format of work]. Place of publication: Publisher. Retrieved from URL (address of web site)
Example: [Untitled online photograph of Ben Bulben in Co. Sligo]. Retrieved January 6, 2015 from http://www.strandhillscenes.com/
Note: for simplicity, keep the in-text citation in brackets as shown above.
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