Use [image] to indicate that there is an image somewhere on the page.
Use [images] where multiple images exist in a group, such as for student portraits. You do not need to indicate each of these images separately.
You can use [image] to indicate photographs, illustrations, charts, or other visual content.
You do not need to use [image] when there are decorative elements such as illustrated page backdrops, icons, elaborate horizontal lines, etc. These should be ignored.
Transcribe captions or image titles.
The image above would be transcribed as follows:
Signs, Pennants, and Other Text in Images
Do not transcribe text found on clothing, pennants, signs, or other sources within the image itself.
Sometimes the title or caption of the image is actually embedded within the image itself. Use your best judgment as to whether text appearing within the border of an image is intended as a title or caption, or if's merely part of the content of the image.
The image above would be transcribed as
The text on the sign the students are holding would not be transcribed.
Embedded captions and titles
This is an example of text within the confines of an image. However, this text is intended as the title or caption of the image, so the text would be transcribed as follows: