Ultimate Wedding Photography Contract Bundle
Ultimate Wedding Photography Contract Bundle
This ultimate bundle includes the templates you need to protect your business while creating stunning wedding photography for your couples.
- Wedding Services Contract
- Wedding Specific Model Releases (1 standard + 2 limited)
- Print Release
- Product Delivery Acknowledgement
- Engagement Portrait Contract
- Second Shooter Contract
- Rescheduling Addendum
- Third-Party Payor Addendum
- Album Design Contract
- Payment Plan Contract Bundle
- Wedding Vendor License
The wedding photography contract covers the pertinent areas any photography business owner should have to cover themselves legally for a wedding. Including:
- non-refundable payment (with liquidated damages language)
- payment schedule + completion schedule
- late fees for late or missed payments
- pre-wedding consultation preference
- cancellation and rescheduling
- photographic materials included/defined
- artist right of discretion for images
- copyright and reproductions (whether selling digitals or not)
- client usage of images
- safe-working environment + cooperation of clients and guests
- exclusive photographer clause
- failure to perform
- substitute/backup photographer
- incorporation of standard price list
- meals + breaks provided for photography team
- venue guidelines and responsibility of client
- travel and overage fees
- and needed legal miscellany!
Model Releases - If you plan to use your images for advertising or portfolio purposes, a model release form is an essential way to protect your photography business. A model release protects you from legal action and eliminates the unknowns around usage of client photos. It is generally signed by the subject of a photograph and covers the following perpetual and irrevocable specifics:
- Standard release form - a standard model release document used for standard photographer usage of photographs and client’s publicity rights
- Limited release by client’s choice of specific photographs
- Limited release to exclude photographs containing specific content from being published (such as pre-wedding photos, alcohol, different phases during day, getting dressed and more)
Print Release - The print release form is readily customizable to be included with digital file orders to outline the do's and dont's that the client can do with your art. This gives the client the permission to print only – does not give permissions for commercial or other uses. This does reemphasize the copyright laws.
Product Delivery Acknowledgement - Use this product delivery acknowledgement when you deliver your final products that binds the client to accepting their products as is, all sales are final and no refunds will be given.
Engagement Portrait Contract - This portrait agreement covers all of the pertinent areas any photography business owner should have to cover themselves legally for a portrait photography session.
Second Shooter Contract - The Second Shooter Contract(s) establishes clear rules and expectations between the primary and secondary photographer. It gives you peace of mind by eliminating the unknowns. Includes: Second Shooter Contract for Independent Contractor and Second Shooter Contract for Employee.
Rescheduling Addendum - The Rescheduling Addendum provides you with a lawyer-drafted addendum to reschedule your already contracted wedding without starting over from scratch.
Third-Party Payor Addendum - Utilize our third-party payor addendum when you encounter a third-party (father of the bride, grandma, etc.) that wishes to pay for your client's services. Addendum should be used in addition to a services contract.
Album Design Contract - Outlines the procedures, ordering dates, design approvals, design modifications and applicable fees and/or costs that may be associated with changes beyond what is included in the collection/album sold.
Payment Plan Contract Bundle - Use payment plans as an “ace in the sleeve” way to make larger sales with your clients. By having a payment plan contract, authorization to charge, and guidance – you’ll be set to start taking larger amounts of money while servicing your clients
Wedding Vendor Photography License - This commercial license allows photographer to share images with wedding & event vendors while protecting their intellectual property (images).
A common (and GREAT) question is the differences in our wedding services contracts.
Wedding Essentials is the general wedding contract you have with clients.
Destination are full, standard weddings photographed at destination locations (not within your local area - think across or out of country).
Elopements - small scale weddings limiting number of people and activites. These won't typically include full-receptions etc.
Adventure - perfect for adventure elopements in exotic locations!
Template in .doc for easy copy-paste
Highlighted guides and notes for easy fill-in-the-blank customization
Access to TLT KNOWLEDGE BASE - explanations of key contractual provisions so you understand and can explain to your clients
#1 Download instantly via email
#2 Back-up to your digital file system for use in future
#3 Fill-in-the-blank and edit based on guides in the contract
#4 Copy/paste into any online contract signing system or CRM for use!
Why choose TheLawTog?
Headed by Rachel Brenke, TheLawTog is the only dedicated resource for photographers. With practicing lawyers, business consultants, CPA, financial planners (and more!) you’ll get information with first-hand experience to help your photography business.
Can I edit the contracts?
Yes! They come as .doc files so you can fill-in-the-blank, remove or add what you need. We provide options and headings to easily allow for editing.
Can I use these contracts if not in the US?
TheLawTog®’s contract forms are drafted on general American law-based contract principles and are applicable to many states. Due to variations in law based on location and business policies, the contracts are editable and easily adaptable. If you are a photographer outside the US, the policies may be implemented for your business, but U.S. Federal Copyright laws and other legal theories may not apply. For example, in the United States, unless otherwise contracted, the photographer retains copyright ownership of images. However, in other countries, the law may give the copyright ownership to the client and necessitate a provision for transfer.
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