By P.J. Harmer — Rattling Chains staff
As we build content toward our relaunch later this summer, we want to fill up some of our user-generated features.
With that in mind, we’re looking for readers to send in photos for our Photo Focus and the contents of their bags for our “What’s in your bag?” feature.
For photos, we basically need you to send the image and give us the short story behind the photo — such as where it was, why you thought it made a good photo and any other info. As long as the photo isn’t super edited, we should be able to pull all the techie info from the image, so usually it won’t be something for you to worry about.
As for what kind of images? Anything disc golf. A fantastic view. A cool basket. Discs. Action shots. Anything you can think of when it comes to disc golf.
Our hope is to run this feature every two weeks or so.
If you have any images (you can submit more than one) you’d like to see featured on the site, please e-mail it with the pertinent info to email@example.com.
What’s in your bag?
When Rattling Chains first started, we did a feature where we showcased what people carried in their bags. This is done at many disc golf websites, but often in video format.
All we ask is you send us all the contents of your bag (not just discs) and a couple of images to use with it. Please also include your name, where you’re from and your home course.
The plan is to run this feature every two weeks or so, as long as we have enough submissions.
If you’d like to submit your bag contents for use on the website, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope everyone is enjoying their summer, flinging plastic and rattling those chains!
P.J. Harmer is the founder and executive editor for Rattling Chains. E-mail him at: email@example.com.