Last updated:June 8, 2022

Photography or filming takes place at all WWP events. It is common practice and helps us to inspire future visitors to discover the joy of collecting art, to demonstrate that our fairs are open to everyone, and it also provides a means for recording the evolution of WWP's events over time.

By taking and publishing photographs, WWP and its affiliates and its and their employees, officers, directors, shareholders, agents, representatives, licensors (including Artists), suppliers and service providers ("WWP") are exercising its rights to freedom of expression, the rights of the public to receive information, and creating and archiving a historical record of WWP's events by taking and retaining photographs which also have an indefinite period of promotional value, all of which are ‘legitimate interests’.

Video and photography usage
Images and video footage captured at WWP's events may be published on the company’s promotional channels, including but not limited to; websites, social media feeds, printed collateral and advertising.

Always positive
The images that we select for publication or sharing will positively reflect our visitor’s attendance at an WWP event, and usage will always come from the perspective of education and celebration.

Notifying customers
All events include signage at the entrance which notifies visitors that photography or filming will be taking place and directing visitors to this Photography and Filming Policy for further information.

Right to Object
Importantly, under General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), individuals have the right to object to their images being processed. Due to WWP events taking place in public settings, it is not always possible for individuals to opt in or out of being photographed or filmed at an event. Where someone does object then WWP will make all reasonable attempts to avoid photographing that individual, and all identified images will be deleted on request at the earliest possible opportunity, this is unless there appears to be a reason why the image should be retained under data protection or other laws or duties.

If you have any objections for the processing of images captured by WWP's photographers, please contact us HERE, so we can formally record the objection before deleting the relevant images.
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