I create every scrap of content on The Static Gypsy, from the articles and opinions, through to the images. Any images used on this site that are not mine will be cited and credited accordingly. I ask that anyone who wants to use my images pays me the same respect and at least credits the photographer. From start to publish, my blog posts and images take a huge chunk of my time, and as such, any non-permitted re-use will result in me asking that you remove that image.

I’ve been a photographer for much longer than I’ve been a blogger, and I can’t tell you how frustrating and disrespectful it is to photographers when you re-use their images without permission. All the images on this site are copyright to me and any unauthorised republication will result in action by me. Please be respectful of this request.

The articles and opinions given on this site are 100% my own and do not reflect the opinions of any brand/company/individual other than myself. Again, my writing is mine and I will not permit any republication without my prior consent.

All posts containing PR/gifted products will be marked with their own disclaimers at the bottom of them. These posts are totally honest and being gifted a product does not colour my opinion in any way.

Any PR products that you would like me to review on this site are subject to the Google ‘do follow link’ guidelines, so please respect that when asking me to promote your product.

Posts that I have been paid to complete will be marked as ‘Ad’ in the title, and these are posts that I have received a payment for in return for promoting a product. Again, this will not alter or colour my opinion in any way. I’d much rather have an honest blog than the money!

Lastly, any content that I have taken from external sources (and will have credited as such) are open to removal if the original creator wishes so. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you see something of yours that you want removed! I try not to use external content at all if I can help it, but where I have to, I try to track down the original creator to ask permission. This is not always possible, and so if you would like your content removed just shout!