Seven templates for as many different types of contracts. From a commercial contract to a simple family portrait contract.
Indeed, a commercial contract, worth several thousands of dollars, requires more detailed clauses than a simple family portrait contract. Read, modified and approved by a business lawyer. A 1500$+ value!
- A ready to use PDF version of each contract
- A fully customizable Word version of each contract. Which can be integrated into your submission or billing systems.
- An explanation of the reason for the presence of certain clauses in plain English
- Customizable clauses according to your needs or preferences.
What you get:
01 - TFP PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACT
This contract template was developed with the TFP/TFCD (Time for Print/Time for CD) sessions in mind. The contract clauses are reduced to a minimum, to make for a simple and clear document explaining the photographer’s and the model’s rights when a photo session is organized without any payment being required from either one of the parties. The photographer gives his or her time and talent as a photographer. The model gives his or her time, “look”, and image. Each party may then use the photographs for his or her self-promotion, but never in a commercial context.
02 - FAMILY PORTRAIT CONTRACTS
A contract drafted in more “mainstream” terms, for family, individual, children and baby portraits.
03 - CORPORATE PORTRAIT CONTRACTS
For individual or group portraits that will be used for a commercial purpose. It can be a simple “headshot” against a white background, or a more elaborate portrait on the business’s premises, such as portraits for real estate agents, or portraits for the “About Us” pages of a company website. If the use is more important and forms part of an advertising campaign, the template “Commercial Contracts” might be more appropriate.
04 - WEDDING CONTRACTS
A civil or religious wedding.
05 - EVENT CONTRACTS
The event contract template must be used when covering a convention, a corporate event, etc. Typically, it is a contract where you are being paid by the hour, but not necessarily.
06 - COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS
Use this template if your client is a company, an organization or an institution, and you are taking photographs for commercial or advertising purposes.
07 - PHOTO LICENCE
This template must be used when a client wishes to purchase a licence to use a photograph from your archives. Particular attention is given to the authorizations from models and properties (model releases) that you have (or do not have), and the consequences thereof are detailed for the client’s benefit.