Our website address is: https://www.adamhollingworth.co.uk
My aim is to provide exceptional images, not bombard you with marketing emails. At Adam Hollingworth Photography, I treat your personal data with the respect and care it deserves. It is never sold to third parties, ever.
As a commercial photographer, it is important that clients can get in touch to discuss potential photographic assignments. In order to communicate effectively about such assignments, it is necessary to collect a client’s email address and telephone number so that I may respond to enquiries via email or discuss details via the telephone. Once a client has confirmed a booking, it is necessary to collect address details in order to attend the shoot or visit the client and send in the post items purchased via my online store or ordered in person.
The Contact Form on my website is usually the first stop for my clients and asks for a potential client’s name, email address and telephone number. Most communication is carried out via email but sometimes it is necessary to either discuss the finer detail over the telephone or follow up an email conversation that has ceased, in case my emails have unintentionally reached the potential client’s spam or junk folders.
The information collected from the Contact Form on my website is stored both in my website’s database (hosted by a third party who complies with GDPR and does not use or sell that information) and is sent to my email address.
Corporate clients will provide their business email address, telephone number and address in order to discuss the booking and for me to be able to attend the shoot to complete the assignment. In some cases this may include providing a third party’s address, email address and telephone number e.g. a hotel or conference venue hosting the client’s event but would never include the personal details of an individual.
The copyright of all images rests with the photographer who produced them and this applies to Adam Hollingworth Photography. When employed as a photographer to produce images for clients, it is stipulated in the contract agreed upon that the copyright of the images rests with Adam Hollingworth Photography and that the client has a ‘license to use’ the images for the purpose intended.
The images produced will be archived to promote and advertise my photography business and may be used on my website, in print and on social media. The images will be stored locally on external hard drives and accessed only by me.
Google Analytics are used to enable Adam Hollingworth Photography to monitor and analyse web traffic and can be used to keep track of User behaviour.
Google Analytics is a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google utilises the Data collected to track and examine the use of the website of Adam Hollingworth Photography, to prepare reports on its activities and share them with other Google services.
Google may use the Data collected to contextualise and personalise the ads of its own advertising network.
Personal Data collected: Cookies and Usage Data.
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