Personal data I collect
I collect you’re the name, your email address and your mobile number so I can contact you about your wedding or your photoshoot and to let you know about any orders you have placed, or to send you information about your on-line gallery. I may occasionally email you with special offers but only if they relate to the work I have done for you. All of this is necessary for me to do my job.
How I collect and keep your personal data
I don’t currently have a blog on my website. If I start one and you comment on it, it is the public domain so everyone can see it, so don’t put any personal info in there.
Right of confirmation, access, rectification and erasure
There is only me and my wife Amanda here so if you have questions about how your personal data is handled, just ask. I will show you any information I have on you. If I have incorrect details I will of course correct it and this important as I need to make sure that all your information is correct for your wedding or shoot or I could be in Barnsley and you could be in Bradford! We will of course delete all the information we have about you if you ask.
Use of your data
We will use your contact details to email you about the work we are doing for you. I may occasionally contact you with special offers but they will relate to the work I have done for you and I may contact you on the anniversary of the shoot to offer you further photo shoots.
I may send a questionnaire that asks you for details about your wedding day/shoot, if we don’t do that in person. That information is also stored in our GDPR compliant software, Studio Ninja and kept only as long as we need to fulfil the requirements of the job.
We will not share any of your data with any other parties. In the unlikely event that we need to (e.g. if a wedding venue asks for information about a booking) we will not do so without your express permission.
Use of your photographs
Because our business relies upon the quality of our photographs to win new customers we ask all our clients to sign below that they have given permission for us to use your images in our marketing material. This includes, but is not exclusive to, our website, emails, blog and printed material. Of course, if you do not want us to use any of your images then we will respect those wishes and we would never use any embarrassing, upsetting or compromising images.
I keep a copy of your photographs online using a GDPR compliant storage provider.
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