Submit Your Grand Prix Photos
Do you want to contribute to The F1 Spectator and make some cash? We’re looking for photos from readers of their Grand Prix experiences.
But I’m not a photographer
That’s ok! You don’t need to be a professional photographer or have a fancy camera. If you have some shots that capture the spectator’s point of view I want to hear from you.
Where will the images be used?
These are primarily for use on The F1 Spectator website but may also be used in social media content.
Submit your photos in JPG format with a resolution no less than 1200 x 800 pixels.
So that my inbox doesn’t explode and make a mess of the F1S HQ, uploads are limited to 2mb and you can upload up to 10 images at a time.
If yours are larger than that you might want to compress them first using a free web based tool such as imagecompressor.com
The pictures don’t have to be from this years event but more recent photos are preferred. Ideally the pictures should show the view you had from a grandstand or general admission vantage point.
How do I submit photographs?
You can email me your photographs directly using the form below, or send me a link to where they can be found (Dropbox, Flickr, etc.).
If I decide to publish your photos I’ll let you know and you can tell me your preferred payment method.
How much do I get paid?
You’ll receive US$5 for every photo used (or the equivalent in your currency)
When and how will I get paid?
Payment can be made through Paypal, bank transfer (certain currencies), Amazon gift cards, Bitcoin and any other major cryptocurrency. Payment will be made before any of your photographs are used. Depending on your preferred payout method it could take between a few seconds and a few days for you to receive payment.