Each location on your tour can have one photo displayed on the listener’s screen. Here’s an example is from a tour close to our office called Starting up in Woodstock:
It’s best to use photos selectively, when they are most useful. You could show:
If you didn’t take a photo yourself, or you don’t own the copyright, please make sure you have permission to use it.
You can also use Creative Commons images, but these normally require attribution. (These credits can be added to the tour description)
To find Creative Commons images using a Google search, follow these steps:
Now every image you see is free to use and can be cropped appropriately.
If you’re unsure of what could work best for a specific location, feel free to get in touch with us for some advice.
Before sending us your photos or uploading them yourself, please do the following:
To send us a photo for a tour that has already been published, please use this link and upload all the photos in one go or use a file transfer site like Wetransfer.
If your tour is currently unpublished, you will be able to upload a photo once a script is approved. To do this, open a location’s modal and select “Choose File” under Image.
At the moment, you can’t actually add two or more photos to the same location. There is a workaround: you can combine two images into a single file, like we have in the example below.
We have added a slideshow feature to our roadmap. It’ll allow users to scroll through multiple images added the same location. If this is something you’d use, please let us know so we can prioritise it accordingly.
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