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As Seen: Rachel Brenke quoted in Forbes on wedding contracts

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, small businesses have been greatly impacted. This especially includes wedding vendors such as florists, caterers, cake designers and photographers.  Forbes reached out to Rachel Brenke for legal advisement to vendors facing cancellations of weddings and the associated legal contracts.  This quote isn’t the full analysis or discussion but gives a […]

force majeure provision in a photography contract

What is a force majeure provision in a photography contract?

Force Majeure clause is a provision in a contract that excuses a party from not performing its contractual obligations that becomes impossible or impracticable, due to an event or effect that the parties could not have anticipated or controlled. View our a la carte force majeure provision here.

As Seen: The Photo Opp Podcast + Rachel Brenke - Ensuring Stability in Your Photography Business

As Seen: The Photo Opp Podcast + Rachel Brenke – Ensuring Stability in Your Photography Business

Megan Breukelman recently invited Rachel on her podcast, The Photo Opp Podcast. They talked about issues photographers face in their businesses and especially are facing now amid the COVID-19 crisis.   “The number one problem in legal issues that photographers face is lack of communication or miscommunication with clients.” Rachel Brenke   Key points to […]

COVID-19 and Your Photography Business

COVID-19 and Your Photography Business

FOR A MORE IN-DEPTH LOOK PLEASE LISTEN TO MY PODCAST HERE. With all the news today about the coronavirus (COVID-19), more and more questions are arising about how it will affect our photography businesses and how we can contractually protect ourselves. This article, which we will strive to keep updated as circumstances change, evaluates how […]

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Reasons to NOT DIY your LLC set-up

Previously aired in TheLawTog® Facebook Group– come join us! https://www.facebook.com/groups/lawtog/ -What an LLC is -How you set up -Why paying Incfile/Legal zoom or just the state to do it isn’t enough! Resources: https://thelawtog.com/top-7-answers-to…/ https://thelawtog.com/5-reasons-photo-…/ https://thelawtog.com/product/diy-llc/ https://thelawtog.com/bizrevamp-reg/ Transcript: Rachel Brenke with TheLawTog. I wanted to do a real quick video on some of the top questions […]

The Ultimate Black Friday List for 2019 Photography Deals

The Ultimate Black Friday List for 2019 Photography Deals

What’s more exciting than pumpkin pie & mac n’ cheese?!  A good ol’ Black Friday sale that HELPS you in business!   This year we have 15% off EVERYTHING in the store! That’s everything in our store that will help you this new year such as: contracts, copyright infringement kit, education courses and so much […]

3 Ways to Fix How You're Doing Instagram

3 Ways to Fix How You’re Doing Instagram

I think you know this, right? Likes & Followers on Instagram? They don’t equal sales. 10,000 followers is not the same as $10,000 in cash. Matter of fact, there are many people on Instagram with 10,000 followers who are not making any money at all. Some people are even paying for the privelege of being […]

How a Studio Management System Can Change Your Life

How a Studio Management System Can Change Your Life

Running a photography business is hard. There are so many moving parts and so many balls to juggle at any given time. And at the end of the day, most of us just love taking photos. It’s no secret that creative rock stars are often challenged by the discipline required to make sure that all […]

The Mean Green Viral Legal Machine

The Mean Green Viral Legal Machine

So, we’ve seen it go viral in the photography industry. The cute Christmas photographs with the mean green guy. Super cute photos? Sure. Super cute cease and desist received? Not so much. There is major upheaval in the photography community the last few weeks about legal issues surrounding these photographs, the legal rights and what […]

5 Super Simple Ways to Get Your Images to POP!

5 Super Simple Ways to Get Your Images to POP!

Feel like your images have been falling a little flat lately?  Not getting that POP you’d hoped for? Don’t stress! There are some really easy fixes that you can do today to give your photos that pop you’d hoped they’d have.  Here are 5 super simple ways you can make that happen both before you […]

5 Tips for Better Lead Generation

5 Tips for Better Lead Generation

Lead generation should be something every photographer is testing on a regular basis. For example, a popup on your website is something that you might have to see. But trust me, they work. What kind of popup is ideal, though? Let’s dive into that with 5 tips for better lead generation.   Test Everything The […]

How do I write a wedding photography contract?

How do I write a wedding photography contract?

Having written agreements with your clients creates legal protection for both parties, outlines expectations and provides customer service. You should never go into any photography session, especially a wedding, without some written documentation.  While we recommend use of an attorney and/or TheLawTog’s “already done for you” contract template forms, you are the owner of your […]

Dangers of Self-Drafting a Contract When You’re Not a Lawyer

Dangers of Self-Drafting a Contract When You’re Not a Lawyer

Danger ahead. We see it all the time. Entrepreneurs and business owners just like you, reluctant to call a lawyer for advice on contracts. After all, can’t you just do it yourself, like the other parts of your business that you’ve DIY’ed? Well, you can try, but that doesn’t mean you should. So, what are […]

Top 12 Tips for your Photography Website

You have your business license, insurance, and everything else you need to be legal. You set up your Facebook page and invited all of your friends and portfolio clients.  Now, you are wondering, “Do I really need a website?”  Yes, yes you do!  Facebook is great for showing your favorite session photos and quickly reaching […]

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