If you are referring to an illustration, image or photo in a book, your reference should be for the book that you are sourcing the information from. Refer to the Books (print or online) page of this guide for information on how to set your reference out correctly.
Examples of in-text citations:
The use of colour in Smith's Man at the rail (1977) is a fine example of....
Koresh (2020) suggests that...
The examples shown below can be adapted for other types of image- change the format of the item in the square brackets to reflect the type of item you are referencing e.g [Clip art], [Painting]
Artists surname, Initials. (Year). Title in italics [Format]. Museum or location name. URL.
Smith, I. (1977). Man at the rail [Painting]. National Gallery of Victoria. https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/explore/collection/work/4851/
Author's surname, Initials. (Year). Title in italics [Infographic]. Source name. URL.
Association of Research Libraries. (2013). The good news about library fair use [Infographic]. Association of Research Libraries. https://www.arl.org/resources/the-good-news-about-library-fair-use-infographic/
Author's surname, Initials. (Year). Title in italics [Map]. Source name. URL.
Yarra Ranges Tourism. (2019). Melbourne's Dandenong Ranges [Map]. Visit Dandenong Ranges. https://visitdandenongranges.com.au/sites/default/files/files/documents/dandenong-ranges-map-2019.pdf
Dynamically created maps, such as Google maps, do not have a title. Instead, include a description of the map within the square format brackets. You also need to include the date that you accessed the map, as it will change over time. There are no italics used in this reference.
Author. (Year). [Description of the map and it's source]. Retrieved month day, year, from URL.
Google. (2020). [Google Maps directions for driving from Lilydale, Victoria to Box Hill, Victoria]. Retrieved April 8, 2020 from https://goo.gl/maps/2wmMzAYqSn4yhjMS8
To reference photos on Instagram or other social media streams, refer to the Social media page of this guide rather than the instructions below..
Author's surname, Initials. (Year). Title in italics [Photograph]. Source name. URL.
Herald Sun. (1950). Scotch College boys with decorated car [Photograph]. State Library of Victoria. http://handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/213833
If the photo does not have a title, omit the italicised section of the reference, and instead put a description of the photo inside the square brackets, as shown below:
Dover Street Studios. (1910). [Photograph of Nellie Melba next to a table with a vase of flowers]. State Library of Victoria. http://handle.slv.vic.gov.au/10381/2809
Note that none of this final reference is italised.
Authors' surname, Initials. (Year,month day). Title in italics [PowerPoint slides]. Source name. URL
Mainwaring, R.D., Patrick, W.L., & Hanley, F.L. (2019, March). Surgical management of pulmonary atresia with ventricular septal defect and major aortopulmonary collateral arteries [PowerPoint slides]. Operative Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. https://www.optechtcs.com/article/S1522-2942(19)30028-5/ppt
If the month and day are not available, skip those parts of the reference.
These instructions also apply to presentation slides from other software packages - just replace PowerPoint in the square brackets with the name of the software used.