Sharing your photos
Modified on: Tue, 23 Mar, 2021 at 2:58 PM
- Any photo that you created before you worked with us on the project is permissable but you must seek and get fresh signed consent for this project from the person in the photo.
- If you also want to share the photos your been taking, share them online! You can share your favourite photos and stories on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram only) but the rule is always hashtag #[projectname] and #thepeoplespicture. This allows your photos to be visible, as well as to those who search the hashtag later on.
- With Facebook, it is essential that your photos and posts are made public so we can access and share your work. If they are private, we cannot see them. To do this, click the icon next to the timestamp of your post (it will be under your name) and change it to the globe icon.
- Use “Every picture tells a story, what’s yours? #[projectname]” #thepeoplespicture as a tagline as often as possible (character permitting), along with any possible captions/stories you collect when taking photographs.
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