Terms & Conditions for submitting photographs to the One Life project:

By submitting a photograph you agree to grant One Life permission to use the work for promotional purposes in printed/digital publications, on the website, social media platforms, or at exhibition or trade show without further permission or remuneration. Entrants also understand the work may be published in 3rd-party publications including newspapers, magazines and periodicals, solely for the purpose of promoting the work, the photographer, and the One Life project. By submitting your work you grant us a nonexclusive, royalty-free, worldwide license to republish it in any format including without limitation in print and electronic formats. Entrants also understand the work may be published in 3rd-party publications including newspapers, magazines and periodicals, solely for the purpose of promoting the work, the photographer, and the One Life project

You must be the copyright owner of the images you submit and you also confirm you have the necessary permission from people who may appear in the photo, if required. The image must not violate or infringe on any copyrights, trademarks, moral rights, rights of privacy/publicity or intellectual property rights of any person or entity, and no other party must have any rights, claim or interest in the artwork.

If you are under 16 you must check that your parent or guardian is happy for you to submit your picture. You must provide your name, age, address and the name, contact telephone number and email address of your parent or guardian. We require the consent in writing (which may include email) of the parent or guardian of the author of a photograph who is under 16 years of age.

By submitting an entry to the project, you agree to release and hold harmless One Life from and against any and all liability and waives all claims or causes of action arising out of or related to participation in the project.

When dealing with photographs of people, we are required to consider the legal rights of the subject and the ethics of publishing the photo in addition to the concerns of the photographer and owner of the image. In many countries (especially English-speaking ones) the subject’s consent is not usually needed for publishing a straightforward photograph of an identifiable individual taken in a public place. However, the term published should not be construed to include commercial use, as consent is usually required in these situations. Moreover, the country specific requirements may vary. Many factors can determine whether and what degree of consent is required. We recommend that you research the laws in your country or refer to the following Wikipedia link for more information:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Commons:Photographs_of_identifiable_people

If the case in which consent is required, please use our template consent form and attach this with your application -> Download consent form

Please note that file labels must not reveal identifying information about a child when sending images or videos electronically. Ensure images of children available for public use do not reveal any identifying information

IMPORTANT: You retain ownership of the copyright in your photograph as its author and you are free to republish it wherever you wish and in whatever medium you want. If you do republish please use the hashtag #onelifedreams to help spread the word about the project. Thank you!