Once an enquiry has been made via email, a Contact Form, or any online or offline messaging system, consent is granted to being contacted by Davinder Rai Photography, by telephone or e-mail to offer you photographic services. Clients have the right to withdraw this consent at any time with effect for the future, which can be done by sending an email to email@example.com.
Information provided voluntarily by potential clients and clients is used for the sole purpose of completing a personalised quotation. Personal information includes names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers or any other information which is required to conduct a professional dialogue and to fulfill my contractual obligation to a client. I use this information to form a quotation based on a client's request.
Information relating to where clients heard of my services helps to form information for marketing efforts. Understanding clients behaviour is of great insight to the business.
Any information collected is treated with the utmost respect. All contact made between myself and a client is on an individual basis, with the intent to discuss photography services at the request of the client.
Davinder Rai Photography does not conduct any mass email marketing practices.
Any details collected will not be made available to companies or individuals outside of what is required to perform the photographic booking clients have made. In line with UK GPDR legislation, clients are entitled to know what information is being retained about them and can request to see it.
Clients/Guests Captured in Photographs
Under GDPR legislation, a photograph may in some instances constitute a form of personal data where they can be processed to allow “the unique identification or authentication of a natural person”. Davinder Rai Photography will never photograph an individual as a means of unique identification or authentication unless consentually contracted to do so. Guests at social gathering i.e. weddings, appear in photos taken as a part of the visual recording of the event.
In terms of explicit GDPR compliance, social gathering/wedding clients and guests are photographed within the parameters of GDPR legislation on the basis of ‘legitimate interests’. The taking of photographs of wedding guests when viewed as a form of processing personal data is necessary for the legitimate interests of Davinder Rai Photography as a photography business, unless there is a good reason to protect a given individual’s personal data which overrides those legitimate interests.