- Personal data
- What are the copyright and reproduction terms and conditions?
- What happens to any photos once they are uploaded?
- What photos should I post to the website?
- What’s in and what’s not?
- What equipment do I need?
- How much does it cost?
- Do I need to be a member of the RPS (Royal Photographic Society)?
- How do I get involved?
- How long will it take?
- What is Celebrating London?
The Royal Photographic Society may hold and process personal information, which you are supplying or have supplied in relation to The Royal Photographic Society or the Celebrating London project.
The Society will not pass on your email address or personal data to any third party.
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What are the copyright and reproduction terms and conditions?
Images uploaded must be the work of the photographer.
The Royal Photographic Society may exclude any images which, in The Society’s opinion, are likely to cause offense; remember the website may be viewed by people of all ages and cultures!
The images uploaded must not infringe any copyright or other intellectual property right of any third party.
If the copyright of or other intellectual property rights of any third party have been infringed, then the photographer will indemnify The Royal Photographic Society in respect of any of these third-party claims.Back to Index
What happens to any photos once they are uploaded?
What photos should I post to the website?
The name of the game is diversity – diversity of images, of events and of approach (style, genre etc.).
Photographers may upload a number of images to show the full spectrum of the event but two very similar images taken by the same photographer should not be uploaded. So, to explain a little more, if you attend a Carnival, you may have pictures of people arriving, dancers on the parade and details of costumes etc. but please use your discretion and try not to load up to the website too many similar images.Back to Index
What’s in and what’s not?
Images can be taken at any publicly accessible event, festival, parade etc. within the boundaries of Greater London. Private events are not acceptable.
This project lends itself to many different genres of photography e.g. street, environmental portraiture, sports, documentary, creative but they must be appropriate and they must meet the project brief of photographing London’s cultural depth and diversity through its many public festivals and events.Back to Index
What equipment do I need?
You don’t need any special equipment for this project. Any device which captures images, including phones and tablets, will do.Back to Index
How much does it cost?
The fee to join up is £10.00 for RPS Members, £15.00 for Non-Members. Here’s the link to join up. Once you have paid your joining fee, the Celebrating London Administrators will be notified and will contact you with log-in details for the Celebrating London Website and you will then be able to upload your images.Back to Index
Do I need to be a member of the RPS (Royal Photographic Society)?
No, you don’t have to be a member of the RPS: anyone can join and participate fully in the Celebrating London project.Back to Index
How do I get involved?
Read more about the project on the RPS Website on the RPB Website here and sign up to join the project here:Back to Index
How long will it take?
The project will begin in the Autumn 2017 and will last until September 30th 2018.Back to Index
What is Celebrating London?
An RPS London Region initiative, the aim of the Celebrating London project is to photograph London’s cultural depth and diversity through its many public festivals and events.Back to Index