Boudoir photography is very personal by nature. This can be intimidating to the subject and requires heightened levels of trust, comfort, and legal protection.
To be successful as a Boudoir photographer, it is essential to outline expectations for your clients and legally protect your business.
Every Boudoir photography contract template offered by TheLawTog® was developed by boudoir photographers, prior to undergoing a multi-level lawyer review process.
This product includes:
- Boudoir Portrait Contract
- General Model Release
- Limited Model Release
- Print Release
Boudoir Contract - This boudoir agreement covers all of the pertinent areas any photography business owner should have to cover themselves legally for a boudoir photography session. Includes provisions such as: retainer with liquidated damages, payment schedule, pre-session consultation, location, travel fees, cancellation, rescheduling, late arrivals, preparation and styling, completion schedule, use of independent contractor, photographic materials defined, artistic discretion, body alteration guidelines, copyright, creative control, products included and additional purchases, standard price list, cooperation, in-session events, recording/video during session, use of alcohol, attendees, substitute photographer, failure to perform, indemnification and liability, legal miscellany (jurisdiction, attorney fees, venue, waiver, etc.), and notice.
The download includes two model releases
#1 General Release includes language covering adults and minors
#2 Limited Release includes options to allow the client limit the use of their images by the photographer
Print Release - The print release form is readily customizable to be included with digital file orders to outline the dos and don'ts that the client can do with your art. This gives the client the permission to print only – does not give permissions for commercial or other uses. This does reemphasize the copyright laws.
Not only do our contracts provide legal protection, they position you as a credible business owner. Clients will respect your clear rules, detailed expectations, and you!
As an affordable way to protect your business, our lawyer-drafted, photographer-approved contracts are a must-have investment for your long-term success.
2. Download to your computer (not phone or tablet) and back up your new contract templates. Files come as .doc and can be opened in Word, Notepad, etc.
3. Fill-in-the-blanks and edit to your business policies and local laws
4. Copy and paste into any contract signing system OR simply print!
As a team of lawyers and photographers, we know what it's like.
And we don't want fear of the unknown keeping you up at night.
That's why we offer affordable photographer contracts tailored to professionals just like you. Our team of lawyers and photographers at TheLawTog® develop, review, and approve every contract.
We think this is a pretty awesome combo—legal expertise and photographer know-how.
If you're afraid of client disputes and potential liability, you're not alone. Business conflict is time-consuming, expensive, and harmful. Which makes it essential to protect your work.
Protecting your business with clear and comprehensive contracts is non-negotiable. Whether you're starting out, shooting for free, or an experienced professional, legal protection is extremely important.
Every contract template we provide is easy to edit and should be tailored to reflect business policies and laws in your state.
While you can obtain a contract through a non-photographer lawyer, it may not be the best choice. Since our templates were created by—and for—photographers, they are typically more comprehensive. And cool news, they can save you money.
Lawyer-drafted. Photographer approved.
No recurring fees - just one time payment.
While TheLawTog is run by a lawyer, it is not a law firm and provides no legal services. All templates, courses and products are educational content only. Use of this website does not create a lawyer/client relationship.
All contracts are drafted on general contract principles for the United States of America. These contracts go through a multi-level review process with attorneys and photographers.
Each contract has fill-in-the-blank sections and allows for editing to suit your business policies + local state laws.