It should be capitalized as you would for a regular sentence, but any specific titles of any works should follow the rules for titles and be italicized when necessary. A photographer’s name occasionally appears in small type parallel to the bottom or side of a photograph. 3 Willem de Kooning, Pink Angels, 1945, oil and charcoal on canvas, 52 x 40 in. Los Angeles, Weisman Art Foundation (artwork © 2011 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York) Captions for Art: If citing a work of art you should check with the guidelines from the Art Bulletin and College Art Association.Captions should be labeled as a Figure followed by the number in order in which it appears. Include a short citation to the work and who owns the image. 2 The White Garden, reduced to its bare bones in early spring. If the image is of a piece of art include information about the artist and location of the artwork in the caption.
Include the source type (e.g., “video”) and length. Weed, At the Foot of the Flatiron (American Mutoscope and Biograph Co., 1903), 35 mm film, from Library of Congress, The Life of a City: Early Films of New York, 1898–1906, MPEG video, , 2.The following show entries as they would be presented in the bibliography (B) and in footnotes or endnotes (F).14.158, 8.198 Cite the image following the style for the source where the image was found, such as book, article, website, etc.Begin the citation with the name of the person being interviewed.DVD/VHS: See Chicago Manual of Style 14.265 When citing DVDs or VHS you will need to consider each item and use your judgment for what extra information to provide.