It's no surprise that we love TheLawTog here at Colorvale. Not only are their contracts created by a lawyer, for photographers, but also by a photographer.
It is so important, in business, to protect yourself & your clients.
One thing I shake my finger at is when photographers try to draft up a contract themselves with no education on the law or language that needs to be used. And listen ... I get it.
Business is expensive. But this is one thing you can not skimp on! Invest in your business. Invest in yourself! Heck, we even use the templates here at Colorvale & my own personal photography business. Before you dive into these awesome blog posts, which you should bookmark, snag her free contract here.
Below are some of my favorite blog posts that really helped me!
- How To Price For Commercial Photography
- To use “deposit” or “retainer” in your photography contract
- 5 Tips to Successful Photography Portfolio Building
- Should my photography business be an LLC?
- Is using live animals during a photography session legal?
- The American Flag in Portraits – What’s Appropriate?
- How to Cancel a Photography Contract
- Do wedding guests need to a sign a photography model release form?
- Photography Copyright Laws
- What to do if someone violates your images?
- Is a non-refundable deposit actually non-refundable?