Photography Contract and Agreement Templates

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Monday, July 1, 2013 by KeyImagery| 1359 Views

If you're planning to photograph a wedding, school or corporate event, or go on a photography assignment and upload the photos to sell, it is highly recommended to have an agreement which clearly states what the client is getting from you. We have created three agreement/contract templates that you can use the next time you negotiate any photography work.

Wedding Photography Contract/Agreement

This contract is customised for weddings and covers most aspects of the Wedding Day for you and your client. You can specify all details including locations, the wedding package that you will be offering, and it also helps clarify payment terms and what happens in 'worst-case scenarios' so that there should be no misunderstandings or assumptions. Download the agreement (in PDF format) using the link below, print it off, and take it to your initial consultation with the bride and groom to negotiate and sign before any work is commenced.

Event Photography Contract/Agreement

This is a generic contract is for almost any event that you are needing to photograph. It covers anything from sports events, school events, corporate events and most other situations for you and your client. You can specify all details including the event location and date, the event package that you will be offering, and also helps clarify payment terms and what happens in 'worst-case scenarios' so that there should be no misunderstandings or assumptions. Download the agreement (in PDF format) using the following link, print it off, and take it to your initial consultation with your client to negotiate and sign before any work is commenced.

Assignment Photography Contract/Agreement

This is a contract for specific photography work or a commercial/private photography assignment. You can specify all details of the assignment location and date/time, including the assignment package that you will be offering, and it also helps clarify payment terms and what happens in 'worst-case scenarios' so that there should be no misunderstandings or assumptions. Download the agreement (in PDF format) using the link below, print it off, and take it to your initial consultation with your client to negotiate and sign before any work is commenced.