Wikipedia:Requested pictures

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This page explains how to request images from other Wikipedians for Wikipedia articles.

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Using this page

Note that the words image, diagram, photograph and picture are relatively interchangeable, and when making a request you should not take the wording too literally. You may want an image of something from a time before cameras were invented but the request can be fulfilled via a photograph of a picture or scanning or creating a diagram or a screenshot of a computer image.

Posting a request

Before posting, please perform the following steps:

There are two methods for requesting an image:

Note: Either or both methods together can be used for a request; however, using the {{reqphoto}} template is the preferred method, as that is better monitored and managed.


Adding a template onto a talk page

You may add one of the image request templates, such as: {{reqphoto}} - {{reqmap}} - {{reqdiagram}} - {{reqscreenshot}} - {{reqvideo}} or {{reqaudio}} to the article's talk page. This will automatically place the article into a subcategory of [clarification needed]. Additional templates are available at [clarification needed].

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