Remember: Citing an image is just as important as citing any other works that you use in your own work.
Proper citation is a key element in academic scholarship and intellectual exchange. When we cite we:
from p. 2 of "Effective Citing and Referencing." International Baccalaureate Organization, Aug. 2014, www.ibo.org/globalassets/digital-tookit/brochures/effective-citing-and-referencing-en.pdf.
based on MLA Style, 8th edition
Locate the following information about the image:
Structure of Citation:
Creator(s). “Image Title.” Title of Website, Contributor(s), Version (if applicable), Number (if applicable), Publisher, Publication date, URL.
Yanajin33. "A Bale Meten (Sleeping Pavilion) within a Balinese House Compound." Wikipedia, 29 Aug. 2013, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balinese_traditional_house#/media/File:Little_world,_Aichi_prefecture_-_Gentry_House_of_Bali_in_Indonesia.jpg.
TO INCLUDE AN IMAGE IN YOUR PAPER
Fig. 1. A photograph depicting a Balinese sleeping
pavilion (Yanajin33, "A Bale Meten").
FOR MORE ON IMAGES IN MLA, SEE: TABLES and ILLUSTRATIONS.
FOR OTHER REFERENCING STYLES SEE: SPH REFERENCING GUIDE
Information adapted from EasyBib http://www.easybib.com/guides/citation-guides/mla-8/cite-digital-image-mla-8/
Remember: Attribution is not the same as fair use.
Just because you have cited an image accurately does not automatically mean you have permission to use the image.
TO CHECK IF YOU CAN USE AN IMAGE SEE THE COPYRIGHT AND FAIR USE GUIDE.