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Uploading images for an attraction
Uploading images for an attraction

How you can manage the photos of your experience on Morty

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Written by Andy Bauch
Updated over a week ago

How to upload images

To add/replace images please claim your business and then click Edit listing or Add attraction in the Morty for Business dashboard to update images.

You can also use this form for slightly easier bulk photo upload.

Image guide

Technical guidelines

  • The ideal aspect ratio for images are 20:16 (aka 4:3.2 wide) but this is not a necessity.
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  • The cover image will be center cropped square (1:1) to be used as a thumbnail on Morty. Please ensure a square center crop will look good.

  • We prefer the highest resolution images you have, but the minimum image width should be at least 1125 pixels for best results.

Types of images

Please send us as many images as possible. πŸ™‚ Images types include:

Image type

Required?

Details

Example

Cover image
(thumbnail)

Required

We like to use the same image the company uses on its website as the cover image for the attraction. This can be an image of the attraction, a poster, or a stock photo.
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​Please note this image will be center cropped to a square when used as a thumbnail.

Attraction interior images

Highly encouraged

High quality images of an attraction's interior, and set design are incredibly important when users are choosing between hundreds of options. The more the better!

Group picture

Optional

We'll often put up a group picture if we have an example.

Venue interior

Optional

We'll often include 1-3 images of the venue's interior. These can be helpful for users to remember if they've done your attractions, and also for prospective users with accessibility issues or other concerns to scout your location.

Venue exterior

Optional

We'll often include 1-2 images of the venue's exterior. These can be helpful for users to remember if they've done your attraction, and also for prospective users with accessibility issues or other concerns to scout your location.

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