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Working on the feedback form with an image or picture attachment, let me know which is the right text be used?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Code Maverick, Charles Wesley, greenforest, Evil Closet Monkey, Matt Obee Apr 5 '14 at 11:20

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For use on the web, it is an image. A picture is what you hang on your wall. – zigojacko Apr 4 '14 at 12:49
What is it a picture / image of? What is the context of this question? – JonW Apr 4 '14 at 13:05

image: mostly related to digital photo. More technical term

picture: can be digital photos , paintings. Less technical term

If you are expecting people to upload their photo,paintings most appropriate will be Picture If you are expecting people to upload photo of things ,most appropriate will be Image.

its also depends on context:

Technical Issues , customer feedback etc: use Image Less Technical like Profile Pics etc: Use Picture

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The bigger question is who is your audience.

In word, Excel, etc; they use the word "Insert Picture". In Adobe Photoshop, where users mostly know the different types of images, uses "Insert Image". So, the answer to your question lies in the audience.

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