Be warned. This is a template that I have simply filled out. Don’t blame me for the long list of headlines. The details? Well yes Ok, all my fault.
Our website address is: https://immortaleye.co.uk. but then you are here already. Take a look round that should give you a pretty big clue The current address of the studio will be on here somewhere should you need it. Which of course you will need to attend the family portrait shoot you booked.
Sorry folks all this is very boring and to be honest I have better things to do with my time than draft pointless bits of paper to keep some unelected Eu Bureaucrat happy. So first the abridged version for those like me who have no intention of reading through all this and just need some commonsense assurances.
If you really feel the need for the more formal stuff feel free to read on but be warned I bore easily.
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At least that would be true it we allowed comments but I don’t!
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If you fill them out then that information has to be stored and then sent to us via email. Otherwise it becomes a slightly pointless exercise
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You do not have an account. So non of this applies.
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I am sure I have access to logs of visitors and all that wonderful stuff some people get all excited about. Who knows I may even find out where and look at it one day
See above I am not going through all that again. We use a range of services to allow you to book and pay online, to order your images send you proofs texts and any other tasks that make my life easier and your experience richer. All comply with gdpr and only act as a conduit between you and me.
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Only as stated before I have turned all that off. Once it arrives in our studio we hang on to it until there is no further point. Which will vary depending if it is a one off specific inquiry or you are one of those lovely people who pop back to see us on a regular basis. If you should want it deleted though just let me know. Apart from that information I need to keep by law. Such as accounts, I am happy to delete it for you.
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Well I kinda assume you give us that to contact you. No I do not give it to all my pals eager to enrol you in some investment fund or give you a discount on dog grooming for the dog you don’t have.
It’d locked away in a secure server room with six inch thick concrete walls and a retinal scan high security door that only I can open with my lazy eye on a Wednesday between 11am and 12.30pm. And if you believe that stop watching so many of those TV programs. We are a small portrait studio. computers are password protected the building locked at night and the only people around are us. We would kind of notice if someone in a brown raincoat and trilby was sneaking around carrying a magnifying glass in our four rooms and a toilet
Me. I will get very angry if this happens and jolly well tell myself off.
Loads and loads but only ones where you gave them that information because you wanted a portrait shoot with us and agreed to us receiving it.
Really!! This is a small family portrait studio the only automating is emails and text because I got bored of remembering to send them out on time
Pass. I warned you I bore easily. If we have missed something and are that worried we have some incriminating evidence on you the Kremlin can use just pop round the studio wearing a brown coat, trilby and those mirror sun glasses. We will know why you are here.