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Shifting the Money Risk to Clients During COVID-19

The COVID-19 Virus has wreaked havoc on so many areas of our lives, especially our livelihoods in running a photography business. Now that we are over a year into this, many jurisdictions are open for photography, but that comes with its own host of issues. In our newest video, TheLawTog®- Rachel Brenke – talks about how to evaluate your existing …

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Why to Leverage Commercial Licensing for Extra Income

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxkXm3zr4bo&t=5s I love helping other entrepreneurs.  Business to Business. . .YES, please!  I thrive off helping others get a piece of that entrepreneurship pie.  And this, this is why I love adding commercial photography into my business and why I think you should too.  As photographers, we know how important visual imagery is.  We are not just selling photography, …

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5 Must Have Contract Provisions to Prevent Issues

Every single day you are bombarded with experts telling you how to run your business, but what do they really know? Recently, we learned that many of the people giving out friendly advice are steering us into dangerous, and potentially illegal, territory.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Your contract can be your best friend if it includes the correct contract …

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How to close your business

Deciding to close your business can be a stressful but needed choice. Here is a high-level checklist to help you walk step-by-step to wrapping up your business affairs.   Protect the intellectual property Make sure to transfer all intellectual property from entity to yourself personally – this includes photographs, logos, etc.  – Use this document …

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Business licenses – the when and how to get it

It’s time to make this photography thing serious. You log onto social media groups and see the potential for client issues and liability. You feel it in your bones. You don’t want to have to deal with doing things wrong and the government coming after you. You also truly want to avoid issues with clients …

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When should I set up a legal photography business?

You’ve caught the photography bug. You have come to realize that you’re really good at it. Friends start liking all your posts and asking you to their photographs Money (maybe) starts heading your way in exchange for your talent. So, what now? You know you want to stay out of trouble with the law, especially …

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Photography Contracts 101: Business Bites® Podcast Roundup

Whether you’re a new photographer or seasoned professional one of the most beneficial items you can use to protect your business is a strong, legally binding photography contract. Join Rachel in this month’s photography contract Business Bites® Podcast roundup to learn the essential photography contract tips for your business. Layers of Protection 9:55 minutes Your …

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3 Ways Not Having a Contract Can Cripple Your Business – Business Bites Podcast® Episode

    What’s in this Episode: Client relationships can be plagued with issues if you are not setting proper expectations.  Join Rachel as she covers why having a photography contracts helps you avoid issues, set expectations and create loyal clients. What you will learn:  Types of issues that can occur with clients Items to include in …

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7 Things that shouldn’t be single-deciding factors in choosing a photography contract

Choosing a resource, including lawyer or online site like TheLawTog®, to get your photography contracts is important.  Our goal here is to elevate the industry. Whether you purchase photography contract templates from us, or simply look at their descriptions and take to a local attorney – we are good with either.  Our largest recommendation is …

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Why copyright transfer is recommended for commercial photography

Commercial copyright transfer is greatly common, especially when the resulting photographs are especially specific to brand and/or photographs including people that are prominent in the brand (headshots, influencer shots, etc.) Now, before we get into this, here are some quick options that are typical in commercial photography rights management: Photographer retains copyright and simply licenses …

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How to: Sessions Inspired from Movies, Comicbooks, Superheroes and more!

“We would love a Minnie Mouse session!” “Ohhh, can you do a Superman set?” “My daughter LOVES Barbie! Can you make her Barbie?” Creative requests from your clients are going to happen..but it is up to YOU to ensure that YOU are doing the legal thing. Understand, we are providing this information for you, because …

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Dangers of Self-Drafting a Contract When You’re Not a Lawyer – Business Bites Podcast® Episode

    What’s in this Episode:  One of the biggest mistake new business owners make are DIY contracts instead of having an attorney do it for them.  Join Rachel as she discuses why self-drafting can be detrimental to your business and why photography contracts are the one area you want to invest in your business. …

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