Sending Your Photos
Photos are a critical piece of evidence for most of the incentive programs. Photos need to be geo-tagged (most phones and cameras can do this) and we prefer you email them to us. To preserve the geotag information, photos need to attached to an email and sent to us. NOTE: sending them in the body of the email does not preserve the geotags. Below is some information on how to do this. If you need assistance, please call our friendly staff for help.
Attaching Photos to an Email on iPhone
There is currently no way to attach photos to an email on an iPhone, please see the Alternatives to Email below for sending photos from an iPhone.
Attaching Photos to an Email on Samsung
You can attach photos to an email in Samsung Email. You need to create the email then click the paperclip, choose your files and then send.
Attaching Photos to an Email on Gmail
You can attach photos to an email in Gmail. You need to create the email then click the paperclip, choose your files and then send. Gmail has detailed instructions.
Alternatives to Email for Sending Photos
If you don’t have any of the above sharing services, you can use WeTransfer to send files to someone. Here’s how:
Finally, if none of the above options work, you can send them via text message