FILMING & PHOTOGRAPHY AT ALL NATIONS
This policy aims to establish guidelines for photography and video recording during All Nations Netball Ltd leagues. It applies to all participants including players, umpires, spectators and volunteers.
We understand that our participants enjoy taking photos and videos during our leagues and tournaments. At the same time, we must ensure the privacy and safety of everyone involved, especially as we have minors aged 15 and above playing in our leagues.
Filming and Photography by All Nations
Prior consent: As a company, we will not take videos or photographs of our players or umpires without first seeking permission. This will be done verbally or by seeking written consent (for example when entering All Nations Netball tournaments).
Removal of images: Any participant who wishes to have their photograph or video removed from the league's website or social media platforms may request its removal in writing.
Filming and Photography by Players, Umpires, Spectators and Volunteers
Usage: Players and spectators are free to take videos and photos of their own team without formal approval from All Nations Netball. These may be posted to social media, provided members of the team give their consent. The situation changes if members of another team are pictured. In this case, if the content is used for personal use (such as post-match analysis) no consent is required. If however, you wish to upload the content to social media then permission must be granted by the other team.
No commercial use: Furthermore, photographs and videos taken during All Nations Netball leagues cannot be used for commercial purposes without prior written consent from the league organisers.
No inappropriate content: Photographs and videos taken during the adult netball league must not contain any inappropriate or offensive content.
By following these guidelines, we hope to create a safe and enjoyable environment for all participants during All Nations Netball leagues and tournaments, while respecting the privacy and rights of all involved.