Upload it to Singletracks.com. Fill in as many details about the photo as possible including the location, trail, and photographer.
There is no single factor that determines which photos will be selected for POD. Some photos have certain defining factors that make them desirable, and other photos have very different factors. However, here are a few key guidelines:
Finally, we want to be clear that you don't have to be a professional photographer to have your image featured as POD... you don't even need to own a professional-grade camera. If you enjoy taking photos with your point-and-shoot and you think you have a couple of great images, we would love to see them! While we won't be featuring just any old snapshot, the bar isn't set so high that only the elite can reach it. We want to see your photographs, and we want to share them with the world!What information should I include when I upload my photo?
At a bare minimum, we suggest that you include the name of the photographer, the name of any riders in the photo, and the location. You can also include a brief caption, and a url to your personal blog or website.What benefit do I receive from having my photo featured as POD?
You get the satisfaction of having your photography skills recognized and having your images displayed before hundreds of thousands of mountain bikers across the globe! In addition, if you have a blog or personal website, we will link up to your blog from the weekly POD blog post here on Singletracks.com. This will undoubtedly send you some new visitors, and it'll also provide some SEO benefit from the #1 mountain bike blog. In addition, we may run related contests from time to time.What legal information should I be aware of when I upload my photo?
You are only allowed to upload photos that you have the legal rights to, i.e. only if you are the person who took the photograph. You retain ownership of the photograph, but by uploading/submitting it, you are giving Singletracks.com permission to distribute it online and use it as we see fit. Photograph usage and distribution will probably include, but is not limited to:
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