What Information do I collect?
For the purposes of organising and booking photoshoots I need to find out your name, address and contact information.
How do I collect your data?
If you are the owner of a property that I have been hired to photograph by:
Yourself - then I will ask you for the information above so that I can make the booking.
A marketing agency, such as an estate agent - I will have been passed on some or all of your data so that I can get in touch with you and arrange the photoshoot.
Where is your data stored?
I log all personal information that I store on my GDPR compliant CRM (Customer Relationship Management) program. When a booking is confirmed I create a calendar event in my Apple Calendar app, including your name, contact number and address of the property.
I try and conduct all communication via my email account. Though if I need to call or text I store the personal information in my Apple Contacts app.
My CRM, Calendar and Contacts apps are accessible only via my password protected computers or iPhone.
How do I use your data?
I will only use your data for organising and booking photoshoots. Oliver Grahame Photography will not pass this information onto any third parties.
I won’t send you any marketing information without your first asking for your clear consent to do so.
How I use my photos, and how this can affect you.
It is my job to create images that will be used to market your property.
In order to promote my business, I display some of my work online (e.g. My website, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Houzz) and in print (e.g. Portfolios, Leaflets and Business Cards). Most of my images will be accompanied with a caption specifying the village/town where the property is, and occasionally the property name too. But never the Post Code.
This usage doesn’t make it available to identify you, however in property photography there is something that you need to be aware of. That is my photographs showing you/your family’s faces in your photographs in the background. It is not my responsibility to move your personal items so therefore if you don’t want a photograph of a photograph of you/your family in the public domain then please make sure that you remove them all before the shoot.
In addition to this how I use my images of your property, you should also consider how the agencies that you are using, may use the images e.g. on websites such as Rightmove.com