Portrait Photography Membership Contract
This Portrait Photography Membership Template Contract is for photographers looking to provide clients with a photography membership. A photography membership is for clients who want multiple photography sessions within a specific time frame. For instance, you can offer clients interested in a maternity session, newborn session, and family portraits within a year timeframe a 'membership' to give them the ability for photos for each new stage of life without having to sign multiple contracts. Clauses included are fees and retainer for the membership, coverage of each session included in the membership, scheduling the sessions, image processing, retouching, and edits, delivery of images and online gallery (with two options for delivering all images, or only a select number of images with the option to purchase more), cancellation and reschedulings of sessions by clients, photographer copyright, and much more.
NOTE: If you are photographing only singular sessions, you will want to instead purchase the Family & Couples Photography Contract!
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