I am a photographer, so I make photos, send e-mails, propositions and invoices.
These are all considered as personal data.
My work is often commissioned by a third party.
How they use, store and protect this data is their responsibility.
I try to work with nice clients, so I assume they look out for your best interest - just as I do.
Of course I’m not going to mess around with your data, because, well that's just creepy.
I store and protect it to the best of my capabilities. I hope you do the same with my data.
Besides giving them to the client, I only use photos for portfolio.
Portfolio means my website, social media and hopefully a portfolio publication somewhere.
I sometimes even exhibit or create a book.
In this case, pictures can be sold to a third party as art object - which of course would be great.
In the rare occasion that you do want all your data removed, just send me an e-mail.
Mind you though, if you were the one giving me the assignment, that would be kind of weird.
I do safe all data, on offline hard drives, indefinitely.Imagine how cool it is when you ask me in 20 years if I still have that portrait I took of you.So, concerning privacy, lets assume we both are responsible, consenting adults, who like to work together and both have the best intentions.
That way working together would be great!