If you are making a limited repository that will not have a ton of images, then you can get away with simply git tracking your images in the main repository.
With this setup, no further action is needed. For example, with a file structure of:
just use the image from README.bigb as:
which renders as:
However, if you are making a huge tutorial, which can have a huge undefined number of images (i.e. any scientific book), then you likely don't want to git track your images in the git repository.


  1. Where to store images
  2. Image
  3. Macro
  4. OurBigBook Markup
  5. OurBigBook Project