Both “in the picture” and “on the picture” are grammatically correct but are used in different contexts. In the picture” is usually used to refer to the content of the picture, what is being depicted in the picture. “On the picture” is usually used to refer to the physical location of something in relation to the picture.
- “There are three people in the picture.”
- “There’s a signature on the lower right corner of the picture.”
in the picture
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In the picture, you can see a group of friends having a picnic in the park, surrounded by lush greenery and colorful flowers, with big smiles on their faces, and everyone is having a great time together, in the background, there is a lake and you can see a few boats sailing, it looks like a perfect day to be outside, enjoying nature and company.
Who is the mystery woman in the picture?
Prompted to explain the significance of the body parts, she lifted her pant leg to reveal identical tattoos to those in the picture.
There are four snow leopards in the picture. It is rare to spot even one of these beautiful creatures.
on the picture
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There is a small tear on the picture, right on the edge of the frame.
Click on the picture to view its full size.
It takes about ten click on the picture in order to give options on how to export it.
Please draw on the picture, not on the frame.