Privacy Policy


Josey Grace Photography

complies with GDPR

(general data protection regulations)may 2018


By completing the contact form you agree to Josey Grace Photography contacting you about any photography services provided by Josey Grace Photography. You will not be added to any mailing lists and will only be contacted by Josey Grace Photography in relation to your enquiry.

Your personal details will not be used for any marketing purposes, nor will they be passed onto any third parties. They will only be stored on the platform in which you contacted Josey Grace Photography from and provided details on such as private email, messenger or text message.


To visit Josey Grace Photography’s client gallery you will be required to enter a password provided by Josey Grace Photography to the client. Therefore all online galleries are protected. You may be required to enter personal data (email address) in order to download images. Client galleries are hosted by 3XM, their online policy can be found at


Josey Grace Photography takes care over the processes around looking after personal data on her physical systems. Josey Grace Photography holds the following data of clients:

Names Addresses Phone numbers

If you decide to book the photography services of Josey Grace Photography these details are held within soft copies and hard copy contracts.

Client details and photos are stored within my password protected iMac and safe and secure files at home. An additional cloud copy of images are stored on GDPR protected ‘Cloud Storage’.


We may display any photographs to promote Josey Grace Photography on Josey Grace’s website and blog, on social media, on wedding blogs, on wedding photography related websites, in advertising, brochures, magazine articles and other such material, providing that the images used are used lawfully and without damage to Josey Grace Photography’s client(s). The rights of the people captured in these photographs are protected by Josey Grace Photography as detailed in this privacy policy.


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”. Josey Grace Photography will never photograph an individual as a means of unique identification or authentication unless consensually contracted to do so. Guests at weddings appear in photos taken by Josey Grace Photography as a part of the visual recording of the event in photos. Guests captured in portraits or in group photos do so as part of the event and their rights are protected by Josey Grace Photography as detailed in this privacy policy.

In terms of explicit GDPR compliance, 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 Josey Grace Photography as a photography business unless there is a good reason to protect a given individual’s personal data which overrides those legitimate interests.

Operating within the parameters of legitimate interests as laid out in GDPR legislation, the disproportionate effort involved in providing privacy policy information to all wedding guests at the event and the degree to which it would distract us from performing our job renders it infeasible to do. Wedding clients are therefore requested in their contract to direct their guests to read this privacy policy in advance of the event and to advise them to contact us in advance with any concerns around the processing of their personal data, namely being photographed.


Anyone photographed by Josey Grace Photography, whether a client or wedding guest, and whether past or current may withdraw consent for a photograph in which they appear to be displayed. The process for this is to email Josey Grace Photography at specifying the photo in question. Persuant to the request, Josey Grace Photography will then remove the photo from online and printed display wheresoever it appears within 30 days of request.