Q. How do I cite a photograph with a trademark?

Answer

Thank you for your question about how to cite an image or photograph.

You would cite the photo with the trademark the same way you would cite any other image:

  • Give the name of the photographer (if there is one)
  • Cite the date the photo was taken (if you have it)
  • Give the title of the photograph with [Photograph] in brackets after it
  • Cite the place where you found the photograph (such as a website).

Example:

Image: with title, with Photographer name and date

Strang, J. [Photographer]. (2016). Aurora Borealis - Bear Lake, Alaska [Photograph]. Retrieved from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Polarlicht_2.jpg

For other examples, see the APA Help guide.

  • Click on References & In-text Citation Examples

  • Click on Other and select Images

  • Examples are there based on how much information you have about the image.

Thank you for using ASK US.  For individualized help, contact your Campus Library/ARC.

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  • Last Updated Jan 30, 2018
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