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How to Start a Photography Business (the right way!)

How to Start a Photography Business (the right way!)

Starting a photography business is exciting, but setting up business is so super important! We need to make sure you’re on the right path!   This high-level check list is great for newer or advanced photography businesses to use as a barometer for making sure you’re on the path to success.   For the full...
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Milestone Photography Sessions: Special Legal Issues

Milestone Photography Sessions

Milestone sessions are very popular as a sales tool among newborn and child photographers. But, pre-booking a series of different sessions and transactions as is often the case with milestone sessions can give rise to specific legal issues. Clear communication is key. When you meet with a client for a pre-booking consultation, be sure to...
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Pregnant and Underage Who Signs the Photography Contract?

Pregnant and Underage – Who Signs The Contract?

When mom and dad are both minors (under 18) and they have a newborn it can make for a potentially confusing situation when it comes to who signs contracts and model releases for a newborn session. One important legal reality to note is that having a baby does not mean minor is automatically emancipated. This...
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Legal Rights for Photographers (Video)

Legal Rights for Photographers (Video)

Where can I shoot from? What are my rights?   Have no fear! TheLawTog is here with quick reference video for you!   Running a photography business is very overwhelming. Knowing how to photograph is only a sliver of it. Knowing how to set up and pay your taxes and adhere to all the laws...
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The Arkansas Bill and What it Means for Photographers

Arkansas Bill keeps the Shutter Open to Lawsuits

Hear that sound?  That was the sound of Photographers “shuttering” over this new Arkansas bill and what it come mean to photography as a whole.  On March 24, the Arkansas Senate passed a Bill, titled “The Personal Rights Protection Act,” to protect the Individual’s name, voice, signature, and likeness from exploitation and authorized commercial use...
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