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Photographer registration

(this is what will be printed across the middle of your photos on the site, so you may want to put something other than your actual name in this field)

(if you require another currency we'll be in touch after your registration to set it up)


(not publicised - just in case we need to contact you about anything)

(optional - this can help speed up your application as a way of showing us your current work)

(tedious, we know, but bot submissions are on the up!)

(optional - if you're signing up after seeing a promotion, enter the code above)

Registration benefits

  • Reach a much bigger audience with your photos
  • Significantly increase your expected income per photo taken
  • R&R handles the payment side of things so you don't have to
  • You can still use your existing site as well if you so wish
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R&R is completely 100% free to use and upload photos to. There is a commission charged on any photos you sell, but there are no hidden charges. You will never be asked to pay anything. Sign up (free, no-obligation) to find out more.

R&R is open to photographers across the world, and your area will be set up in the currency of your choice. R&R currently hosts photos from photographers in the following countries:

…but anyone, from anywhere around the globe can sign up.

Can *I* sign up? I'm only a hobbyist!

Of course! One of the key aims of this site is to get all the event photos in one place, to save the riders from having to look on countless different websites every week. You may think your photos aren't the best, but that doesn't mean no-one will be interested in them.

That being said, no-one wants piles of poor photos of themselves. If the majority of your shots are sharp, in focus, well-framed and well-lit, then there's a home for them on R&R. If they're not, go away and practice your craft until you have something people will be happy to pay for.

Once signed up you can create your own prices, so you can value your photos as high or as low as you want. Some photographers charge upwards of £15 for a JPEG download, others as low as £3. There's space in the market for professionals and amateurs alike.

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