This bundle includes the private event photography contract and a crowd release sign. The documents are described as below:
Private Event Photography Contract
This agreement covers important contractual provisions a photography business owner should have to cover themselves legally for a private photographic event.
Includes provisions such as: coverage, payment schedule, completion schedule, rescheduling/cancellation,
proofing, artistic rights, etc.
This photography contract is intended for general use for all types – it is not provision specific as the other photography-specific contracts are. This is meant for those who may not necessarily specialize or need a general contract to cover all types.
Crowd Release Sign
This sign is intended to be posted at events or in areas with crowds to inform that photography and/or videography will be taking place. This notice puts the attendees on notice that they may be filmed, recorded or photographed and all that the media.
All contracts come as Microsoft Word document files.
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