How do I get a graphic in my hub page to become a clickable link?
You don't. What you can do, is add a links capsule directly under it and put the link in that.
HubPages doesn't allow you to make graphics directly clickable, as that would allow people to use advertising banners etc., which would compete too much with HubPages endorsed advertising.
I've suggested in another thread, that it would be great to have a hyperlink field in the photo capsule - which would enable you to acknowledge the photographer in a line under the photo.
Or you can put a text module underneath, you can link from those too.
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