Attention People of Facebook, aka Jp Magazine Readers!
We want you in Jp Magazine! Here are ways to get in:
Simply put, this is about girls and Jeeps. Or Jeeps and girls. Either way, send us a photo of a girl(s) with a Jeep. Tell us who she is, what year/make/model of Jeep she’s with, and where the photo was taken. The more detail, the better.
Did you roll? Did you get stuck? Is your Jeep four legs to heaven? Is it four-feet-deep in mud? Buried in the snow? If your Jeep had a gnarly or questionable moment, we want to see the evidence. Tell us what year/make/model your Jeep is, what went wrong, and where it took place. If there’s someone in the photo, tell us who it is. We want the story about what happened and how you made it unhappen. The more detail, the better.
We dig new Jeeps, but we really dig vintage Jeeps, and photos from back in the day are what this is about. For example, maybe you had a family member serving in the military and have a neat photo of that person with a Jeep. Maybe your family road-trip vacation when you were a kid took place in a Jeep and you have the photo to prove it. We’re essentially looking for vintage, like it says, but not a vintage Jeep doing its thing today. We want old-timey. Don’t worry if the photo is grainy or black-and-white. That reeks of vintage. Tell us the year/make/model of Jeep, the year the photo was taken, who is in the photo, and the circumstances. The more detail, the better.
Have one of each? Don’t be shy—send them. We probably won’t run them all at the same time, but we like options.
In addition to the words, here are the photo requirements:
--JPG (maximum quality), BMP, or TIFF file.
--1,600 x 1,200 pixels, or around 2 MB.
--NO PDFs or other formats. We just can’t use them in the magazine. They won’t reprint.
--Email the materials to email@example.com with the subject line: Sideways