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At times we may invite you to share or submit your own, original photographs as contributions to the site (the 'Site'). You must 18 years or over. These Terms of Use set out how you can contribute and how BBC Worldwide will use your contribution.

  1. By submitting your contributions to the Site, you agree to be bound by these Terms.
  2. You confirm that your contribution is your own original work and does not contravene rights of any third parties. You also confirm that you have the consent of anyone who is identifiable in your contribution or the consent of their parent/guardian if they are under 16.
  3. You agree to adhere to BBC Worldwide’s code of conduct, which can be found at
  4. By submitting your photographs to the Site you grant BBC Worldwide a perpetual, sublicensable, irrevocable, non-exclusive right to use the photographs in any way it may reasonably choose on a free of charge basis in any media throughout the world.
  5. You will retain any copyright in your contribution and you may continue using the photograph yourself and/or allow third parties to use it.
  6. All contributions to the Site will be moderated and your contribution may be reviewed, edited or removed. You grant BBC Worldwide the right to change or edit the photograph(s) in your contribution for operational and editorial reasons. BBC Worldwide reserves the right to remove any of your contributions if it believes that they do not comply with the Terms.
  7. As part of your contribution, BBC Worldwide may ask you to provide some personal information such as your name and your email address. BBC Worldwide will publish your contribution with your name attributed to it.
  8. BBC Worldwide will keep your personal information secure and will only use it and disclose it in line with the terms set out in the BBC Worldwide Privacy Policy which can be found at

If you do not wish to grant the BBC permission to use your contributions in accordance with these Terms, please do not submit your photographs to the Site.

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