Are you submitting an article, an email, something for the blog, some information, photos etc? Please, when you're writing in with advice, information, photos, addresses etc etc etc. make sure you give us all the required information. You may prefer to send an email rather than use the form below.. but please at least, make note of the info we require from the form. The reason for this is that many people, in their excitement of finding such an interesting site, send in information and details without referring to the film. We then have to write back, and then they have to write again, then we have to answer...and it goes on and on.
And, if you are sending pictures please change the file name of the pictures, the name or number used on your file in your computer and use that to identify your photo in your descriptions, and change this to the file name that is to be used to display your photo on our site, a lowercase reference to the film title, a number and an "n" signifying a "now" picture. Because although its really obvious to you what you're talking about, at our end, with lots of emails, photos, descriptions and details coming in each day I do, at my age, sometimes get in a bit of a muddle. And, whilst trying to run a building company, a luxury guest house, a model soldier business, a postcard site, the dislexicon and a site devoted to Umbria, this site ReelStreets and its films, sometimes has to be put on hold.
NOTE: Please use a different form for each individual film. To submit information and/or pictures for a specific film, please go to the page for that film and click on the Submission link.
Another Note: Submissions obtained from Google Streetview etc. take much more time to upload, and as they are third party photos, will be added after, or replaced by, personally taken "Now" pictures. Full details of the Google reference MUST be added for copyright reasons, so please attach the full reference. To send us the Streetview picture you will have to display it on your screen and then use the Print Screen button on your keyboard to save it to your clipboard. Than you can open up, say, PhotoShop, create a New picture and Paste the contents of the clipboard into it.
Looking forward to hearing from you!