Portrait Contract Collection
This collection includes a lawyer drafted:
- Service Agreement
- Sales Contract
- Model Release
- Print Release
These four legal templates are must haves for any photographer shooting portrait sessions or events. Using these legal documents in your business isn't only necessary to keep you protected, but its something you just cant avoid if you take yourself and your business seriously and you really want to grow.
Regardless of whether you are a photographer, a website developer, a physical trainer, or any other kind of service provider, a Services Agreement is an essential component of running a sound business, as not only will it protect you in case the unexpected occurs, but it will also serve to provide your clients and customers with a sense of security and certainty in their business relationship with you. Our Contract for the Sale of Photographic Services Template covers every aspect of your client relationship, all the way from intake to after your services are complete. Nothing is left unanswered, meaning nothing will catch you or your clients by surprise.
Our Contract for the Sale of Photographic Goods Template covers the sale of images to your clients and will help you make perfectly clear what your client can expect to have delivered to them. It will also protect you in those unfortunate yet unavoidable situations you run into a client that just cant seem to find satisfaction with the final product.
And lastly, our Model Release Template is an absolutely necessary legal document for any photographer looking to grow their business. People won't know they should hire you to shoot their events or portraits unless they see the amazing work you produce. And you can't show off that work unless you have a rock solid release signed by your previous clients.
And lastly, our Model Release and Print Release Templates are absolutely necessary legal documents for any photographer looking to grow their business. People won't know they should hire you to shoot their events or portraits unless they see the amazing work you produce. And you can't show off that work unless you have a rock solid Model release signed by your previous clients. You also want to be absolutely clear with your clients in regards to how they can share and use the images they purchase from you. That's where a cut and dry Print Release comes in to keep you covered!
About Sean Tshikororo:
Armed with his law degree and an M.A. in Teaching, Sean Tshikororo launched DIYtheLAW to teach small business owners how to legally safeguard their biz without having to fork over wads of cash to high-priced attorneys. Sean started DIYtheLAW after his wife Tepsii launched her own successful online business. She was utterly confused by all the different legal jargon she kept coming across and she had no idea how to keep her biz protected. So Sean stepped in and put his legal education to use, helping her get her biz up and running and on the right side of the law.
When it was all said and done, Sean realized that most people aren't as lucky as Tepsii to have that kind of built-in support to help them work through all that legal “stuff” without having to shell out tons of money to expensive lawyers. So now Sean helps entrepreneurs just like you get rock-solid service agreements, terms and conditions the average Joe can understand, and privacy policies that won’t come back to bite you in the bum; all without breaking your budget.
Because the fact is, you don't have to operate your biz in fear of getting in trouble with the law just because you can't afford to hire a lawyer. You can DIYtheLAW!