How to send your photos
We're creating a gallery of images that reflect 'i', if you're not sure where to start, try this for inspiration.
We're using the photo-sharing website Flickr.com to display our iPM gallery which means you can upload your image onto the Flickr website at www.flickr.com directly and it will be posted straight away.
Create an account at www.flickr.com (it only takes a minute and no time at all if you already have a Yahoo! account).
If you already have an account proceed to Step 2.
Join the iPM Flickr group at: www.flickr.com/groups/ipm/
Upload your picture to your Flickr account
Send it to the iPM Group
You can view all your images on our group page at www.flickr.com/groups/ipm
UPDATED 18 Dec 07: Please note we're no longer adding images that have been emailed to us to the iPM gallery - apologies. You're very welcome to contribute but you will need to have a Flickr account.
If you find all this too daunting please email us your image (jpg format is best - try to keep the file size as small as you can) and we'll help you post it to Flickr.
Please remember all the photos will be posted on a third-party website and open to the public. Only send us pictures that you have taken yourself and check the Flickr terms of service before sending - thanks.
Finally, if you prefer you can post your image to us. Please give us your name, read the terms and conditions* and tell us that you agree to them:
Room G601, BBC News Centre
London, W12 7JR
(Sorry, we’re not able to return any)
*Terms and conditions
If you submit an image to us by email, you do so in accordance with the BBC's Terms and Conditions. In contributing to iPM you agree to grant us a royalty-free, non-exclusive licence to publish and otherwise use the material in any way that we want, and in any media. It's important to note, however, that you still own the copyright to everything you contribute to iPM. This means you are perfectly free to take what you have produced and re-publish it somewhere else.
Please note that if your image is accepted, we will publish it alongside your name on flickr.com, which is a third-party website. The BBC cannot guarantee that all pictures will be published and we reserve the right to edit your comments.