Starting your own photography business from a legal standpoint can be tricky.
Case in point:
Do you know what stock images you're allowed to use in your work?
Is a watermark enough when it comes to protecting your images?
Are model releases and client contracts necessary to running a photography business?
The good news is, you don't have to find the answers alone.
Here to help you is Sean Tshikororo, the experienced attorney behind DIYtheLAW. In the free mini class above, we discuss the answers to these questions and others to help guide you as you work on launching your photography business.
During the interview, we'll cover everything you need to know about legally launching your photography business and protecting your precious content. Other topics covered include:
-Things you should keep in mind as you're getting your photography business off the ground.
-How to determine whether you can use images you find online and how to protect your own images.
-When you should register your photography business and why.
-Which legal documents you'll need to run your photography business both smoothly and successfully.
As far as that last point goes, those of you who would like to have a ready-made, legally prepared Portrait Contract Collection drafted by Sean Tshikororo can GAIN ACCESS TO IT HERE.
Let me just tell you how convenient it is to have all the legal contracts you need in one place without having to spend tons of money in lawyer fees just to get the same paperwork drafted up. Not only is the Portrait Contract Collection a fraction of the cost, but you'll also receive these legal documents right away so you can start using them in your photography business as early as today.
I hope you enjoy the free mini-class interview!