James Gray website project: images and copyright
Many eager researchers working on the James Gray website project are taking wonderful images from the same viewpoint as the original James Gray photographs. This will make the website very attractive and effective in recording the way Brighton and Hove has changed over the years. The new photos are likely to be of particular interest to future generations.
The Regency Society would like to be able to use these photos on the new project website and possibly for other purposes in the future - for example as part of relevant news stories about future developments or for other reasons related to our charitable purposes.
We rarely charge for use of images as we want people to be able to understand the way our city has changed and is changing and almost always respond positively to requests for use of images by third parties. Occasionally we ask for a donation when the image is to be used for a commercial purpose.
Copyright in the images lies with the photographer. In order to allow us to use photographs you have taken we need you to give us your permission. You can do this by using this form:
If you would prefer to fill in a form on paper by hand you can do so using this form (download here). Print it off, fill it in and bring it to a team meeting (or scan it and send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you want to join in or know more contact us here.