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Can I charge my client for not signing a model release?

Can I charge my client for not signing a model release?

Engaging a client for a photography session is awesome as you’re able to execute your skills, create some art, provide images and make some money in the process.   However, something else comes out of sessions that is arguably as important as the money made from the transaction: the use of images for marketing and...
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Photographing children’s birthday parties: special legal issues that could come up.

Photographing children’s birthday parties: special legal issues

The sounds of giggling laughter, balloons, party favors and cake. Children’s birthday parties are often a swirl of activity. Photographing Children’s birthday parties can be a lucrative opportunity, especially as there is an increased likelihood of referrals from within your client base. But, photographing children’s parties often give rise to additional complicating factors that a...
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Legalities of birth and maternity photography with surrogates and adoptive parents

Legalities of birth and maternity photography with surrogates and adoptive parents

Navigating the relationships of clients can be one of the most challenging parts of a photographer’s work. If you are a birth, newborn, or maternity photographer, working with surrogates, first families and adoptive parents, you may have some additional opportunities to develop sound policies and ensure you are covering yourself legally.   Let’s start with...
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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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Senior Photo Sessions & Underage Clients

Senior Photo Sessions & Underage Clients

Senior Sessions: Client was under 18 at the time of session but is now over 18. Commercial client wants to purchase usage rights of images of the senior. Is a new model release required? The answer to the questions of whether a new model release is required with a client who was under 18, but...
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