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Harvard Referencing - SETU Libraries Waterford Guide: Photographs taken from websites or social media.

Photographs referred to but not reproduced in your work taken from websites or social media

Photographs from the internet.

Citation order Example, including punctuation
Photographer Barbour, S.
Year of publication (round brackets) (2017)
Title of the photograph (in italics) New South Wales Surf Life Saving Championships, Sydney, Australia.
Available at : URL Available at: http://www.scottbarbourphoto.com/sport/
(Accessed/downloaded: date) (Accessed: 07 June 2017).
Reference List
Barbour, S. (2017) New South Wales Surf Life Saving Championships, Sydney, Australia. Available at: http://www.scottbarbourphoto.com/sport/ (Accessed: 07 June 2017).

Photographs in online collections (e.g. pininterest, tumblr, Flickr, Instagram etc)

Element. Example, including punctuation
Photographer WIT Libraries
Year of publication (round brackets) (2017)
Title of the photograph/video (or collection) (in italics) WIT Libraries Book Lounge.
Available at : URL Available at: https://www.pinterest.com/witlibraries/
(Accessed/downloaded: date) (Accessed: 05 June 2017).
Reference List

WIT Libraries (2017) WIT Libraries Book Lounge. Available at: https://www.pinterest.com/witlibraries/ (Accessed: 05 June 2017).

 

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