Citing an image in-text:
To cite an image you found online, use the image title or a general description in your text, and then cite it using the first element in the works cited entry and date.
The Dream (Rousseau, 1910) baffled art critics when it debuted, mere months before the artist's death in September of that year.
As demonstrated in Up Close and Personal with the Very Large Telescope (Salgado, 2010), the fish eye camera lens creates uniquely distorted images, which often evokes the curvature of the earth.
Incorporating images into the text of your paper:
Figure X. Descriptive caption of image. From Image title, by Creator’s Name, Year of creation, Database/URL. Copyright Date by Name of Copyright Holder. Reprinted with permission (if applicable).
Creator's last name, first initial. (Role of creator). (Year of creation). Title of image or description of image. [Type of work]. URL/database
Note: If you can only find the screen name of an author (such as a photographer on Flickr), that will do as the author's name. If the screen name is all lowercase, keep the name lowercase in the in-text citation and the references list.
Electronic Image (No Author)
Title of work [Type of work]. (Year of creation). URL (address of website)
Electronic Image (No Author, No Title, No Date)
Many images found on the Web are of this category, but you should still look for this missing information: try clicking on the image, and/or looking at the bottom of the image.
[Format and subject of work]. URL (address of website)
Sphinx [Digital Image]. (2006). http://www.bergoiata.org/fe/divers28/10.htm
Bonsu, O. (Sculptor). (ca. 1960). Female figure (akua ba). [Wood and glass sculpture]. http://africa.si.edu/exhibits/mosaic/womanhood.html
Kulbis, M. (Photographer). (2006). Men pray [Photograph], http://accuweather.ap.org/cgi-bin/aplaunch.pl
sinead-marie (Photographer). (2012). Dyslexia [Photograph], https://flic.kr/p/cCrXHQ
[Untitled photograph of a baby chimpanzee]. http://perso.wanadoo.fr/jdtr/struc/chimp3.htm