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Group DescriptionAt The National Archives we encourage visitors to take photographs of the records they view in our reading rooms. Readers have taken thousands of photos of our documents as part of their research along with pictures all around the Archives' site.
We would love to see the pictures you have taken. So, we set up this group as a place where you can share any photos you took when visiting the archives. You are welcome to add as many photos as you like, including those of the building and grounds, the museum as well as the documents. Please read our terms and conditions below before you post any of your photos.
Terms and Conditions for uploading images of documents to The National Archives Visitors’ Group
1. By sharing your photos with The National Archives’ Flickr Group, in respect of each photograph you confirm that:
it was taken by you;
it is your own original work;
it is of an archival document made available to you at The National Archives, Kew, UK, or of the building, grounds, or interior of The National Archives, Kew, UK;
if it is of a document, that it is in Crown Copyright;
sharing it with The National Archives’ Flickr Group and granting a licence in respect of its use as set out in these Terms will not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party;
it does not contain any obscene or defamatory content or material that may cause significant distress to living individuals;
the image is not intended for commercial reuse
2. By sharing your photos with The National Archives’ Flickr Group, in respect of each photograph you grant to The National Archives a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, licence to display your photo (as it is stored on Flickr) on The National Archives' website where such display is connected with The National Archives’ Flickr Group. This licence shall apply for the period during which the photo is posted in the The National Archives’ Flickr Group. If you remove your photo from The National Archives’ Flickr Group, this licence will automatically terminate. If your photo is displayed on The National Archives’ website and/or from The National Archives’ server (for example in a live gallery), your Flickr screen name and the title of the picture will appear with the photo.
3. If The National Archives wishes to use any of your photos in any other way, for example:
•by displaying your photos on electronic screens on-site at The National Archives;
•by publishing your photos in any publication of The National Archives including magazines and other materials;
•by adding your photos to The National Archives’ Catalogue system;
•by archiving your photos; or
•by making copies of your photos and/or downloading the high resolution version as may be required for any specified purpose,
or for any period longer than the period during which your photos are posted in The National Archives’ Flickr Group, we will contact you via Flickrmail to obtain your express approval of such use(s) of your photos. Should The National Archives wish to display your photo on an electronic screen on-site at The National Archives and/or publish your photo in a magazine or other material published by The National Archives and/or archive your photo and you grant your approval of such use(s), when granting us the approval please state your name as you would like it to appear with your photo (otherwise, The National Archives will simply use your Flickr screen name).
4. To be clear, unless The National Archives has contacted you and obtained your express approval, The National Archives will only use your photo(s) by displaying it on The National Archives’ website and/or from The National Archives’ server (including in a live gallery) where such display is connected with The National Archives’ Flickr Group.
5. The National Archives shall not be obliged to display your photographs and shall not have any liability to you for any loss of publicity or enhancement of reputation.
6. The National Archives reserves the right to cancel The National Archives’ Flickr Group at any time.
7. By entering your photo to The National Archives’ Flickr Group, you are deemed to have accepted these Terms.
- Members can post 50 things to the pool each day.
- Accepted content types: Photos, Images, Art
- Accepted safety levels: Safe