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Film Photography Contract for Destination Weddings

Original price $497.00 - Original price $497.00
Original price
$497.00
$497.00 - $497.00
Current price $497.00

As a busy destination wedding film photographer you don’t have time to deal with all the what-ifs and sticky situations that come along with your clients’ “best day ever”. What if your film gets ruined at TSA in the airport? What if your clients don’t pay on time or want to reschedule their destination wedding at the last minute? What if you deliver the entire gallery and they aren't happy with how the film scans look compared to the digital images?

When it comes to the high-pressure nature of destination wedding photography, on top of the unknowns with adding in film photography, the opportunities for problems are endless. But take heart! TLP has you covered…

This contract will instantly help you set boundaries with your clients, protect yourself from worst-case scenarios, and run a professional + legally legit business. Heck, you might even sleep better at night with your newfound peace-of-mind.

This contract covers situations like

   - Film photography risks such as the rolls of film used, type of film used, traveling with film, film development and delivery, editing digital film scans to match digital images,
   - Assumption of risk,
   - Inclement weather,
   - Safe working environment,
   - Limitation of liability,
   - Travel fees,
   - Cancellation and rescheduling,
   - Third-party vendor liability,
   - And so much more!

→ Click the “What's Included” tab to see the full list!

Best Suited For

This contract template was created for destination wedding photographers (i.e. flying to a different country or region to photograph the wedding) and has been reviewed and critiqued by industry-leading professionals. We also have a film photography contract specifically for Traditional Venue Weddings.

Purchase of this contract also includes

   - All updates that TLP may potentially make in the future. We update this particular contract often due to changing circumstances in the wedding industry and photography world.
   - 
A ScreenFlow tutorial by Paige on how to use your contract template with our easy step-by-step process.

→ Click on “Template Features” to see all features included.

Additional Questions

Have additional questions about the Film Photography Contract for Destination Weddings? Contact us HERE.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

- Names of Parties to Agreement
- Fee & Retainer Clause
- Coverage Clause
- Cancellation by Clients Clause
- Rescheduling by Clients Clause
- Film Photography Clause (including the unpredictability of film, film stock used, rolls of film used, no film coverage guaranteed, partial refund if no film is delivered)
- Film Development Delivery Clause (including sending in film, film developer chosen, shipping delays or lost film, delivery solely through online gallery and no film negatives or prints delivered, etc.)
- Exclusive Photographer & Videography Clause
- Image Processing, Retouching, and Edits Clause
- Poses and Selection of Delivered Images Clause
- Delivery of Digital Images and Online Galleries Clause
- Posting on Social Media Clause
- Artistic Style Clause
- Meals & Breaks Clause
- Model Release Clause
- Photo Distribution and Archiving Clause
- Reproduction Clause
- Intellectual Property/Copyright Clause
- Duty of Clients to Be Prepared For Outdoors Clause
- Inclement & Extreme Weather Conditions Clause
- Location Limitations Clause
- Permits Clause
- Travel Responsibility & Warranty Clause
- Travel Fees Clause
- Assumption of Risk & Release of Liability Clause
- Force Majeure Clause
- Cancellation of Services by Photographer Clause
- Maximum Damages Clause
- Limitation of Liability Clause
- Indemnification Clause
- Harassment Clause
- Safe Working Environment Clause
- Client's Responsibility to Secure Insurance Clause
- Communication Clause
- Sales Tax Clause
- Entire Agreement Clause
- Venue and Jurisdiction Clause
- Arbitration Clause
- Severability & No Waiver Clause
- Transfer Clause
- Headings Clause
- Notice Clause
- Counterparts/Facsimile Signature Clauses
- Signature Lines

template features

Every template is prepared by The Legal Paige,LLC, attorney drafted and reviewed, and created specifically for your industry.

Every template is created with easy-to-use fill-in-the-blanks for your unique business.We make it simple to identify what information you need to input with highlighted, editable sections.

Once you’ve finished, you can quickly copy/paste into your client management software, Google Docs, or Microsoft Word to send to clients in a snap.

All language is 100% legal mumbo jumbo-free(aka no complicated legal terms).

Plus, you'll getfree accessto future template updates from The Legal Paige.

disclaimer

DISCLAIMER: By purchasing a template contract and/or document from The Legal Paige, LLC, you are not given access to Paige and no attorney-client relationship is created.

All template documents are drafted using general U.S. contract principles and are not state-specific. Our products are easy-to-use and have highlighted, editable sections with commentary on what to amend according to your business practices and local state laws. You may modify the document on your own or find an attorney in your state to help you.

Some template documents are available in Canada, have been reviewed by a Canadian lawyer, and are drafted using general Canadian common law contract principles (not for use in Quebec due to civil law jurisdiction). Thus, if you purchase a Canadian template all language in the document will be applicable to your business operating in Canada. If you need assistance modifying the document, please find lawyer in your territory/province to help you.

How This Works

1. instant download

Choose your product and "add to cart" to purchase. Upon checkout, you’ll get instant access to your contract or clause in your email inbox within seconds. No waiting around for weeks on the lawyer down the street to draft a legal document that you're not even sure is legit.

2. make your edits

Not tech savvy? No worries - next: all you need to do is open the document in Microsoft Word (OR you can even Google Docs!). Here you'll edit the document with exactly what we've highlighted for you and get insights straight from The Legal Paige on how to tweak certain clauses to your own business practices.

3. Implement Right Away

Before your next coffee break, you'll be finished editing and ready to upload your brand-spanking-new legally legit document into your CRM... which means both you and your clients are protected from all the "what ifs".

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