Sending Videos And Photographs To Mpora | Submission Guidelines
Want to get your videos or photographs featured on Mpora?
You can submit your videos and photos to Mpora, and we’ll put the best ones on the Mpora Facebook page or on the website, showcasing your work to well over one million adventure sports fans.
What we want
We’re looking for inspiring, funny, entertaining, interesting, or thought provoking content, whether that’s something you’ve planned for months, or were just in the right place at the right time to capture. It doesn’t matter if it’s shot on a five-year-old mobile phone or by a full film crew – if you’re keen to get it out there, we’re keen to see it.
The most successful clips tend to get straight into the action, and are under two minutes in duration. This isn’t a hard-and-fast rule, of course, so don’t worry if your clip doesn’t quite match this.
Format wise, obviously the higher the resolution the better. We’ll take a look at all file types, but obviously common ones (.mp4 .mov for videos, .jpg or .gif for photos) are preferable.
What we don’t want
We cannot upload videos featuring music that somebody else owns the copyright to. It’s almost always best to send the video without music on at all anyway – we can take care of that part.
We also don’t want anything that contravenes Facebook or Youtube’s terms of service, and obviously nothing pornographic or anything that portrays graphic violence.
By submitting your video to us, you also agree to all of our terms and conditions.
What to do
Email your videos to us at [email protected]
Don’t forget to tell us who you are, the names of anybody who features in the video (if known), and a little bit of context about what’s going on, e.g. where you filmed it, what you were doing, any other information that might be interesting. You haven’t got to write a novel (although feel free if you want to), just a little background information.