Terms, conditions & privacy
Terms and conditions of Margareta Svensson fotografie
Unless otherwise agreed, the general terms and conditions of the association of Dutch Photographers (DuPho.) apply. Liability, copyright, and photographer’s credit are just some of the matters dealt with here. Find more detailed information in English via this link.
I usually work on location. This is advantageous because then a valuable work of art can stay where it belongs. The client is responsible for suggesting a suitable space on the premises where the work can be photographed: the decision is then made in consultation and to best serve the object. The client, or person designated by him or her, is responsible for the safe transport off the artwork if it must be moved.
Museums generally prefer to own the image rights, which is completely understandable. In certain cases, I agree to the transfer of these rights. Yet, this isn’t the same as personality rights which are inextricably linked to the person who has made the images.
Whether the user rights of a photo are transferred or not, it is required to mention the photographer’s name in the event of publication, also on the Internet.
This seems like a good place to thank all my clients who continually make the effort to comply with this obligation.
As a photographer, from time to time, I like to use images I’ve shot for my own promotional purposes, for instance on this website. I always do this in consultation with the client and never violate any confidentiality agreements.
All the images appearing on this website are copyrighted and may not be used or reproduced in any other way without written permission.
Privacy statement of Margareta Svensson fotografie
To be able to supply products and services, Margareta Svensson processes personal data. These data relate to natural persons, are processed with the greatest possible care, and with due observance of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and prevailing national laws and regulations at the time of processing.
The GDPR prescribes that Margareta Svensson fotografie must provide insight into how personal data are processed, including the nature of the personal data, the legal basis and purpose of the data processing, and the rights that data subjects can exercise in this regard.
The Controller for the processing of personal data is: Margareta Svensson fotografie www.margaretasvensson.nl firstname.lastname@example.org Chamber of Commerce, Amsterdam 34327496
Personal data being processed by Margareta Svensson fotografie processes possibly these personal data given by the client:
- Telephone number
- e-mail address
Basis for processing
Margareta Svensson only processes personal data if:
a. the data subject whose data are concerned has consented to the processing
b. the processing is necessary for performing a contract it has entered into with the data subject
c. it must comply with a statutory obligation
d. it has a legitimate interest, which also includes bringing its products and services to the attention of the data subject
The above personal data are used for these purposes:
- executing an order or performing a contract with the data subject
- supplying products (photographs or other materials) or services
- informing about changes to products and services
- sending newsletters, maximum once per month
- contact by telephone or e-mail
- performing legal obligations
Automated processing operations
If you sign in to receive a reminder of a new article your first name and email address gets registered in MailChimp. I use the information only to send you an email to attend you on a new article on my website. My articles never appear more often than once a month. You can always unsubscribe.
Sharing personal data with third parties
In principle, Margareta Svensson fotografie provides none of your data to third parties and will do so only if this is necessary for performing an agreement with you or to comply with a statutory obligation. We enter into processing agreements with organisations that process your data on our behalf to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of your data. Margareta Svensson fotografie remains responsible for these processing operations.
Retention period of personal data
Margareta Svensson fotografie will not retain collected personal data longer than is strictly necessary, or legally prescribed, to achieve the purposes for which the data have been collected. Legal basis: Margareta Svensson fotografie complies with the statutory retention periods.
Data subjects may always object to the use of their personal data for sending newsletters. This can be done by unsubscribing from the email message.
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Security of personal data recorded by Margareta Svensson fotografie
Margareta Svensson fotografie takes the protection of your data seriously and implements appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorised access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorised alteration. If you feel that your data is not secure or there are indications of misuse, please contact Margareta Svensson. In the unlikely event that a data leak occurs, Margareta Svensson fotografie will immediately take all necessary steps to limit the consequences of the data leak as much as possible. If there is a privacy risk, Margareta Svensson fotografie will report the data leak to the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens) within 72 hours. If harmful consequences can be foreseen for the data subjects, Margareta Svensson will immediately contact them.
Right of access, rectification, restriction and deletion: right to complain
You may request access to, rectification, restriction and deletion of your data. Please contact Margareta Svensson via email@example.com for this purpose.
Withdrawal of consent
You may withdraw consent granted for the aforementioned processing of personal data, insofar as this does not contradict other legislation (such as mandatory data for financial administration) or does not unnecessarily violate Margareta Svensson fotografie’s fundamental rights, such as the right to freedom of expression and information (including artistic and journalistic freedom). Contracts signed by you for the use of photographs relating to the portrait right, for example, such as a model release and/or quit claim, are excluded, in principle, from the right to withdraw consent.