If you are citing an image found in Google Images or any other image retrieval service, be certain to cite the image in its original context. Do not provide the URL of the enlarged image - you must use the URL of the page where the image was originally shown.
Image creator's last name, first name, if available, or page author's name if available, followed by a period and a space
Title of photo followed by a period, in quotation marks. If no title, describe briefly within quotation marks.
Descriptive word (photo, map, cartoon, drawing, etc,) followed by a period and a space
Website title in italics, followed by a space
Website publication date in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a period and a space
Date image was viewed in DD Mo. YYYY format followed by a space
Web address in angle brackets, followed by a period
There's a really great citation guide from EasyBib HERE
Louis Vuitton spring/summer 2013
Louis Vuitton SS 2013. Digital image. Vogue. Vogue.com, Web. 22 September 2015.
Citation Management Tools
Citation management tools help you manage your research, collect and cite sources, organize and store your PDFs, and create bibliographies in a variety of citation styles. Each one has its strengths and weaknesses, but all are easier than doing it by hand!
Zotero: Free software that keeps copies of what you find on the web, permits tagging, notation, full text searching of your library of resources, works with Word, and has a free web backup service. Zotero is available as a stand-alone application that syncs with Chrome and Safari, or as a bookmarklet for mobile browsers.
RefWorks - web-based and free for UC Berkeley users. It allows you to create your own database by importing references and using them for footnotes and bibliographies, then works with Word to help you format references and a bibliography for your paper. Use the RefWorks New User Form to sign up.