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Harvard Referencing - SETU Libraries Waterford Guide: Photographs you have taken yourself

Photographs you have taken yourself

If you are including in your work a photograph you have taken yourself, and are referring to the image you have created in you assignment, name yourself as the author, give your photograph a name (E.g. Photograph of ...) and follow this citation order in your reference list:

Your name. ( Date). Name of photograph.[photograph] Place of publication: publisher (if available)

If you have photographed a piece of Art (e.g. painting) and are discussing the painting itself in your text you would reference the piece of Art (e.g. painting).

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