Protect your business and your wedding clients with smart, well-thought-out photography contracts. Download our FREE Guide: The Do’s and Don’ts of Wedding Photographer Contracts, created with Agree, Songfreedom, Fotoskribe, and TheLawTog!
When you book a wedding, there is so much to cover and agree upon with your clients. A contract is a legal document that clearly and accurately defines what you and your clients agree upon when it comes to their booking. It is an essential part of the booking process that helps protect you, your business (and images), and your clients.
That’s why we partnered with Agree, Songfreedom, Fotoskribe, and TheLawTog to bring you a guide filled with suggestions of what you can place in your photography contract. We also discuss why you should have a contract in place and what it can do to ensure your success and longevity as a wedding photographer.
Plus, David Jay, CEO of Agree, and Rachel Brenke, lawyer, photographer, and owner of TheLawTog, share their expertise on all things you need to know for your photography contracts.
Throughout our guide, created with Agree, Songfreedom, Fotoskribe, and TheLawTog, we provide suggestions of what you can place in your contract. We also discuss the need to have this legal document, plus Agree’s David Jay and TheLawTog’s Rachel Brenke share their expertise.
Don’t miss contract tips and suggestions that can help you create contracts that serve you and your clients, including:
- Adding specific contact information
- How to avoid miscommunication (meaning you can avoid poor reviews, angry clients, or lawsuits)
- Providing clarity into copyright details with clients (and vendors)
- Software and resources that make creating, delivering, and completing contract negotiations (and payments) with clients a breeze
So, what are you waiting for? Download our Guide to Wedding Photography Contracts today to protect your business and your clients!