This Picture icon has Android KitKat style. If you use the icons for Android apps, we recommend using our latest Material Icons icon pack (please check our sidebar on the right). Otherwise, it's a solid icon pack that looks good in small resolutions, either on the web or in print. It's characterized by thick lines, smooth corners, and is optimized for 24x24 pixels.
In the song written by Bread entitled “IF”, the first lines says, “If a picture paints a thousand words, then why can’t I paint you?” This line sums up the importance and impact of pictures. Even if you are a great writer who can describe objects with all the adjectives in the world, words are still subject to interpretation and imagination of readers. But if you show them a picture, explanation time is over. That’s how powerful a picture is.
When to use Picture Icon You can use the Picture Icon if there picture files that can be downloaded on your website. It can also be used in manuals to inform the reader that there are pictures available to be viewed.
How to use Picture Icon The picture icon can be placed in a strategic location so that your readers will not need to look for the download link anymore. Instead of the text, “Download Picture Here”, you may use the picture icon.
In as much as you like our Picture icon, here are the other variations:
Digital picture files can come in different formats: