Services Agreement for Photographers and Videographers
Picture this (geddit?): you’re a pro photographer or videographer who’s sick of chasing your clients for cash. Tired of seeing your work splashed all over socials, “fixed” with filters. Or worse, failing to credit you as the cameraperson. That wasn’t part of the plan! Luckily for you, we have the solution: our Services Agreement for Photographers and Videographers. Consider your pain points a thing of the past with a series of clear terms and conditions that govern your relationship with your client and the slick services you’re providing. Make sure you and your clients are on the same page, so you can get back to being snap-happy.
Who’s it for?
Our Services Agreement for Photographers and Videographers has been designed for the shutterbugs that do it all. Parties, products – the lot. If you specialise in one or the other, you’ll want to check out our Services Agreement for Event Photographers and Videographers or our Services Agreement for Commercial Photographers and Videographers – or book in a 15-minute consult with one of our creative-loving lawyers, so we can work out which template is the best fit for you and your biz.
- Clear payment terms
- Your obligations (and those of your client)
- Intellectual property protection
- Termination terms (including what happens if the pandemic crashes the party)
- Refund and cancellation provisions
- A completely customisable proposal that sets out the specifics
- Many more industry-specific bits and pieces to ensure your arrangement is legally legit
A couple of quick things to make sure we’re on the same page:
First, purchasing our templates, utilising our free resources or having a chat with us as part of a consultation doesn’t create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Foundd Legal (sorry!). It also doesn’t constitute legal advice.
All templates adhere to Australian principles of contract law and are designed for those doing business in Australia (unless they specifically state that they are in accordance with New Zealand law, for businesses in New Zealand). Similar principles may apply in your jurisdiction, but we recommend that you consult with a qualified lawyer in your area prior to purchasing our templates.
While we do our best to minimise legalese (that’s complex lawyer-speak) within our contracts, there are certain things that require particular wording in order to best protect you and your business. Please don’t expect our contracts to be super simple - they’re as simple as they possibly can be, while still being comprehensive and putting your needs first (even the ones you didn’t know you had!). Of course, if you’re having trouble understanding something specific, you’re welcome to get in touch with any questions!
Ready to go?
Sitting with a brilliant brand but unsure about where to go from here? We’re here to help you get your business off the ground when it comes to all things legal. Bonus! We won’t make it confusing! Legal can be fun. We swear. So book us now for your free consultation.LET'S CHAT