Styled Shoot Contract for Photographers
If you're a photographer and putting together a styled shoot (aka 'content' shoot) with other vendors to build your portfolio, you should DEFINITELY use a contract with all vendors involved!
This will ensure each vendor knows their roles and responsibilities, that your photos are copyrighted and only to be used for their own business marketing (and not for commercial/economic gain without your permission), who pays for extra fees for wholesale products/travel/etc, whether monetary compensation is involved, the exclusivity of vendors, and much more.
Remember, you're the lead vendor and you don't want to end up responsible for things outside of your control!
*If you are booking models for your styled shoot, use the Model Call Contract.
*If you are having a styled shoot workshop with attendees, you will want to use the Content Shoot Workshop Contract for Attendees.
*If you are NOT a photographer and are another type of vendor organizing the styled shoot, use the Styled Shoot Contract for Organizers.
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