How do I register?
Go to this page, select a Username and enter a valid email address. You will be sent an email to the supplied email address with a verfication link.
If you haven’t received an email after 5mins, please check your Spam/Junk folder. Click on the link to verify your email.
A second email will be sent with your password.
I don’t like the password that has been supplied, can I change it?
Yes, go to this page to reset your password. You will need your valid email address or Username.
Do you offer refunds?
In most circumstances, no. The exception being when you have purchased a low resolution and high resolution photo of the same image. We will refund the cost of the lower resolution image. This is because your higher resolution images supercedes the lower resolution image and license.
How do I use your site to make a purchase?
It’s a very simple process.
Once you have found the image you like, select your Product Type.
Select any image options you want.
Select the Product or Size.
Enter the quantity, it will automatically select 1 for you.
Click on “ADD TO CART”.
Add a donation to the cart if you wish.
Select Shipping method.
Click “Proceed to checkout”.
Enter your billing address or Login. If you’re a new customer, you will need to verify your email address for the account.
Select your Payment method and agree to the Terms and Conditions.
Click on the “Proceed to Paypal” or “Proceed to Coinbase” button.
The website will give you the option to “Round Up” to donate, You can either accept this or click No Thankyou.
You will now pay for your purchase through the selected method.
I purchased a photo, do I get a hard copy?
Yes, if you have purchased a Print. Otherwise, all our images are digital and delivered digitally. You will receive a link to download your purchased images a minute or two after you have completed checkout.
I purchased a product, how long before I get it?
It depends on how busy our supplier is. We endevour to have our products delivered within 14 days of an order.
NFT or Non-fungible token, what is it?
“Non-fungible” more or less means that it’s unique and can’t be replaced with something else. For example, a bitcoin is fungible — trade one for another bitcoin, and you’ll have exactly the same thing. A one-of-a-kind trading card, however, is non-fungible. If you traded it for a different card, you’d have something completely different.
Why would I want to purchase my image as an NFT?
Digital art is not at all new — it has been available and sold for years at usually low prices since it was so widely available. But with the advent of NFTs, digital art is now not only one-of-a-kind but certified as so and becomes an asset.
In fact, photographs are now playing a massive part in the NFT game. Whereas photographs could previously be shared by millions, now they have the potential to be owned and licensed by one. And there’s extreme value in owning something that’s one-of-a-kind.
If you buy your image as an NFT, you buy all rights and licensing for that image. When you own the rights and licensing to the image you choose what happens with it. License the image out, onsell the image, buy the image as an NFT for a gift, the choice is yours!
Ok, I want my image as an NFT. What do I do?
Simply check the NFT check box for the image you want to purchase, we’ll mint the image as an NFT and then send you a link to purchase the image on the Opensea NFT marketplace.
All our images can be purchased as an NFT on a first come first server basis.
ALL NFT’s are sold at a standard rate of 0.0688 Ethereum.
When you check the checkbox on the image options, you’re paying for the processing fee only and is NOT refundable. It takes time and money to mint your image as an NFT regardless of it you proceed with the purchase.
All NFT purchases are made in line with our Terms & Conditions.
What do the “Photo Options” mean?
16:9 Aspect – A “Wide Screen” version of the image.
Vignetting – Also known as “light fall-off” (sometimes spelled “light falloff”) is common in optics and photography, which in simple terms means darkening of image corners when compared to the center. Vignetting is either caused by optics, or is purposefully added in post-processing in order to draw the viewer’s eye away from the distractions in the corner, towards the center of the image.
HDR Processing – HDR or High Dynamic Range is the process of improving the luminosity in the image. We do this by running an AI HDR process on the image with manual adjustments to give you the best image possible. Applying the HDR Processing to an image really makes the subject matter pop!
Black & White Background – We mask out the background in Greyscale making the subject stand out. Please note, this is not an automated process and is very time consuming. The results are worth it though!
If I add an option, do I only get the 1 image?
No, you will still receive and be able to download the original image. As the options need to be manually processed on the image, you will receive another email within 24-48hrs with a download link when the modified image is available.
What’s the go with Licensing, it seems so complex?
An explanation of our licensing is here. This details the extend to which you can use your purchased image. This is seperate to the image size. It also gives you the legal right to have your purchased image/s printed professionally.
I see there are two of you, so who took my photo?
We have 2 photographers making up Wall2Wall Photos crew. It’s nice to know who it was that actually took your photo!
If your image starts with _DSC, your image was taken by Jodie. A little less experienced with snapping small, fast moving bikes she is learning very quickly. The quality and number of her images that are published is testiment to that!
If your image starts with _W2W, your image was taken by Richard. More experienced out of the dynamic duo, Richard has been mixing his passion for riding with his hobby of photography for many years.
Both Richard & Jodie ride and understand the love affair we all have with our machines. So if you pass us, and it’s safe to do so, feel free to pull up and say hi. We will be only to happy to have a chat!
What size image am I purchasing?
There are two aspects to an image purchase. The license (how the image is used) and the resolution (the image quality and file size).
The “free” image is 262kp or 634px wide.
The “Medium” image is 3mp or 2130px wide.
The “Large” image is 7mp or 3230px wide.
The “Full Size” images are at least 17mp or 5000px wide with most being closer to 36mp or 7379px wide depending on crop.
I downloaded my image to my phone, where did it go?
All photos are in a ZIP file and all phones will download the files to your download directory. Please note they will not automatically go to your Image Gallery!
To unzip your files follow the instructions in these tutorials:
For IOS (Iphone, Ipad etc.) devices, follow this tutorial.
For Android devices, follow this tutorial.