Boudoir Photography Contract
This template is perfect for boudoir photographers. Most importantly in this contract, you'll be able to have your clients select exactly the type of model release they're comfortable with. Additional clauses include an Age of Majority Clause which ensures you are covered with them being over the age of 18, A Prohibition of Electronic Devices Clause (this is legally required with boudoir photography!), No Other People at The Session Clause which ensures no third parties distract the client or make it unsafe at the session, and much more. The Legal Paige created this contract to ensure you are covered in any situation related to the unique and intimate nature of boudoir photography.
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