There is no good answer for your question without knowing the context of the website. Although in general providing simplicity when creating mobile sites, and selectively turning off some features is crucial (as opposed to having the functionality as close to the desktop version when there is no excuse for cutting it off), context is critical for this decision.
For example: let's say your site deals with what happens around users. Lack of a possibility to submit this information (even from mobile devices, where adding it is way more troublesome due to text input), the whole idea about such website is to submit the content by the users when they are on the go. And sometimes, submitting photos is also important.
Should this be similar to your case, you should definitely keep the possibility to submit text and photos, but caring for the simplicity of the whole process (e.g. keeping long sessions on mobile - of course if it is safe for the user, which again depends on the context). However, if you feel this is a side feature, you can (and maybe even: should) skip it, due to site simplification for mobile.
In other words, simplification is always a way to consider, as long as it does not interfere with the main purpose(s) of the site.