Birth Photography Contract
Due to the unpredictable nature of births, you've got to cover yourself as a photographer. Not only are you on-call for 1-2 weeks surrounding the anticipated due date, but you have to cover things in your contracts such as birthing facility rules, documentary style with the facility's background, whether you have a backup photographer available, failure of your client to inform you about the birth within a reasonable time, a specific model release for the intimate nature of birth photographs, and much more. This template contract was reviewed by 3 professional birth photographers and will ensure you're fully protected!
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