Where you include any images in your essay, thesis or work, you can describe them as figures. You will need to include them in reference.
In-text citations should include the author/artist/designer and date.
The Reference List should include the author/artist/designer, date, title, format, publisher, viewed date and <URL>.
Example image with caption:
Figure 1: RMIT buildings - Brunswick Campus by Margund Sallowsky, RMIT University, 2006.
Figure 1. (Margund Sallowksy 2006) captures the inventive building design at Brunswick Campus
Sallowksy, M 2006, RMIT buildings - Brunswick Campus, digital image, RMIT University, viewed 12 January 2012, <http://mams.rmit.edu.au/weixddjbxxs81.JPG>.
Table, diagram or flowchart can be described as figure.
Example of graphic information (figure) with caption.
Figure 2. Melbourne's total water usage each day, includes business and household usage, 2017
Figure 2 shows............(Melbourne Water 2017)
All data collected (Melbourne Water 2017, figure 2.) points to...
Melbourne Water 2017, Water Data 11 September 2017, Melbourne Water, Victoria, viewed 11 September 2017, <https://www.melbournewater.com.au/waterdata/Pages/waterdata.aspx>.