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• Wedding Photography, LLC • CONTRACT FOR PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICES This Agreement is executed by and between xxxx xxxxxxxx (“Photographer”) and xxxx xxxxxxx (“Client, whether individual or joint”), referred to collectively as the Parties.
WEDDING CONTRACT PARTIES: This contract is between Kasey Cody of KC Photography and the person paying for the photography, hereinafter referred to as “Client.” The term “KC Photography” includes its agents, employees, representatives and/or other personnel, where applicable. DEFINITIONS: Through this contract, the term “wedding” shall include the time duration of the event in which KC Photography has been hired for photographic services. The term “wedding party” shall include, but not be limited to, groomsmen, bridesmaids, flower girls, ring bearers, and the ceremony official. DATE RESERVATION: A signed contract and a security retainer are required to reserve the date of the wedding on KC Photography’s schedule. The signed contract and security deposit must be in the possession of Kasey Cody of KC Photography to reserve the date. If a signed contract and security deposit are not in the possession of Kasey Cody of KC Photography, there is no obligation on KC Photography to reserve the date or photograph the wedding. PAYMENT SCHEDULE: A 25% or 50% security retainer payment shall be made on the agreed upon date(s) listed below. Last (50%) payment must be received on or before the wedding date. These payments are nonrefundable. Payments may be made in advance if the client wishes to pay early. All other fees, including expenses, will be due before wedding on wedding day. KC Photography reserves the right to refuse to take photographs of the wedding if payment is not made in full on the date of the wedding or to not deliver the photographs to the client until full payment is made. CANCELLATON: In the event Client cancels the wedding, any monies paid to Kasey Cody of KC Photography for photographic services of the wedding are nonrefundable. Such monies shall be liquidated damages to KC Photography for the breach of contract by Client. If KC Photography is able to book a wedding on the date reserved by this contract, the liquidated damages will be limited to the nonrefundable security retainer paid to Kasey Cody and/or KC Photography for photographic services and 10% of any other monies paid to Kasey Cody and/or KC Photography for photographic services of the wedding. The Client shall be responsible for payment of any expenses incurred by KC Photography up to the time of cancellation. EXPENSES: Client is responsible for all travel, accommodation, meal and transport costs unless otherwise provided. Client is also responsible for any props or other materials purchased by KC Photography that is to be used specifically and exclusively for this wedding. PREWEDDING CONSULTATION: A prewedding consultation with the bride, the groom, or the client, is required to finalize the actual shooting time, locations and any other specific requests. (Unless otherwise agreed upon by client and KC Photography) HOUSE RULES: KC Photography is limited by the guidelines of the ceremony official or wedding/reception site management. KC Photography is not liable for any technical limitations due to any such limitations. KC Photography is not responsible for negotiations with the ceremony official or wedding/reception site management for a modification or waiver of any such limitations. SCHEDULE AND METHODOLOGY: The methodology of KC Photography is designed to achieve creative and beautiful wedding photography. Cheerful cooperation, effective communication and punctuality are essential. KC Photography welcomes ideas and suggestions, however reserves the right to refuse to take any and all photographs that encroach on its creative license, Christian beliefs and/or are offensive, pornographic or obscene in nature. Shooting commences at the scheduled and agreed upon start time. EVENT GUIDE: KC Photography highly recommends appointing or hiring a designated “event guide,” whether it be a family member or wedding coordinator, to help coordinate desired posed photographs as we as direct. KC Photography will capture selected individuals in posed or candid photographs. KC Photography is not liable for failing to capture such selected individuals if an event guide does not direct KC Photography or should selected individuals not cooperate or wish not to be photographed. KC Photography will act as an event guide if no event guide is appointed or hired. SUBJECT RELEASE: Client hereby consents on behalf of the entire wedding party and guests to be subjects of KC Photography for photographic purposes. Any member of the wedding party and/or guest may request that their picture not be taken. KC Photography is not liable for any photograph taken of a member of the wedding party or guest if KC Photography was not informed by the member or guest that they did not wish for their photograph to be taken. POSED PHOTOGRAPHY: This agreement includes a period of time, up to two hours, for posed photographs of the bride, groom, wedding party, families and any other selected individuals, that cannot be obtained during the ceremony and/or reception. The parties agree to positive cooperation and communication for the best possible result within the definition of this assignment. KC P hotography shall not be held liable for failure to take desired photographs if the desired photographs were not taken due to the lack of cooperation by the intended subjects of the photograph. LIMIT OF LIABILITY DUE TO ILLNESS: In the event that the photographer is injured, becomes too ill to photograph the wedding or for some other reason cannot photograph the wedding, KC Photography must secure a replacement photographer. The security deposit will be applied to the costs associated with securing a replacement photographer. The replacement photographer is not held to the terms of this agreement. If this situation should occur, liability is limited to the return of all deposits and payments received for the wedding, less the costs associated with securing a replacement photographer. LIMIT OF LIABILITY FOR LOSS OR DESTRUCTION: KC Photography takes the utmost care with respect to exposure, transportation, processing, and editing of the photographs. However, in the unlikely event that photographs have been lost, stolen or destroyed for reasons within KC Photography’s control, KC Photography’s liability is limited to the return of all deposits and payments received for the wedding. In such case, Client agrees to hold KC Photography harmless from any liabilities and/or damages. Liability for the partial loss of photographs shall be a prorated amount of the photographs lost based on the percentage of total number of photographs taken, as determined by KC Photography. KC Photography is not liable for photographs that have been lost or destroyed due to acts outside the control of KC Photography or due to acts of God. EDITING: KC Photography owns all rights to the photographs produced by KC Photography and may edit in any manner without altering the photographic likeness of the subject in any and all photographs taken at the wedding. FILM AND COPYRIGHTS: The photographs produced by KC Photography are protected by Federal Copyright Law (all rights reserved) and may not be reproduced in any manner without KC Photography’s express written permission. A Reproduction Release signed by Kasey Cody of KC Photography must be obtained prior to any reproduction of the photographs. KC Photography must receive full compensation for the resale or publishing of the photographs, unless waived in the Reproduction Release. PROMOTIONAL USE: KC Photography owns all rights to the photographs produced by KC Photography and may use such photographs in any and all forms of media for promotional, advertising and all other lawful purpose. Client on behalf of the entire wedding party and guests, hereby releases KC Photography from any and all claims for damages from libel, slander, invasion of privacy and any other claim based on the use of such photographs.
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Alexi Hubbell Photography 227 Aspen Dr. Durango, CO, 81301, 9707690189 www.alexihubbellphotography.com Wedding Photography Contract __________________________ & _____________________________ Bride Groom Bride Telephone: ___________________ Email:__________________________________ Groom Telephone: __________________ Email: _________________________________ Primary Mailing Address: ___________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ This contract is for photographic services to be provided by Alexi Hubbell Photography ( AHP ), the photographer, for the wedding of the above named parties scheduled for __________ __, 2016 at __ AM / PM, in ____ __________ ,_______________ . Coverage is scheduled for a __hour ( __ minutes) block of time. All photographs will be shot in digital format. Digital photos will be delivered as JPEG files made available on a private online gallery for viewing and a custom USB flash drive. The online gallery will be ready about 46 weeks after the wedding. Fees: The fee for ____ hours of wedding day photographic coverage is $ _________ _(includes travel expenses past 60 miles round trip and Colorado State Sales Tax (2.9%)) . This includes a wedding online gallery with print ordering, digital processing of the camera RAW files and all density and color corrected highresolution wedding images in JPEG format, and the USB flash drive with 25, 4” x 6” prints picked by the photographer. The client may also chose to recieve wedding rehearsal coverage at no additional cost. Additional products including extra flash drives, prints, canvas, albums and more can be ordered a la carte in a client ordering sessions at your convince any date from the time final digital files are received by the client(s), to 90 days after. After 90 days, images may be removed from the photographer’s files unless product order(s) are made. If product order(s) are made, files will be stored on a backup hard drive for 1 year from the event date. Terms: Upon your signature, AHP will reserve the time and date agreed upon, and will not make other reservations for that time and date. For this reason, the Reservation Deposit of $_ 250.00 _(plus 2.9% sales tax) is nonrefundable, even if the date is changed or the wedding cancelled for any reason, including Acts of God, fire, strike and/or extreme weather. The Reservation Deposit is applied towards the contracted wedding photography package totaling $ ________(after tax) The balance of $ _________ is to be paid in full, four weeks (30 days) prior to the day of the wedding. Photography will not commence before the invoice is paid in full. Approximately four weeks prior to the wedding, clients must finalize with the photographer a schedule of hours, location(s) and (if desired) an Event Guide. The client(s) will be responsible for designating an Event Guide, if desired. The role of the Event Guide is to identify people/objects of whom/which specific photographs are desired, as well as to make certain that these subjects are available when needed. It is recommended that the client(s) develop a list of desired poses, locations, and subjects (family and friends; items; etc.) and share this with the photographer well before the wedding.
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For Consideration herein acknowledged as received, and by signing this release I hereby give the Photographer / Filmmaker and Assigns my permission to license the Content and to use the Content in any Media for any purpose (except pornographic or defamatory) which may include, among others, advertising, promotion, marketing and packaging for any product or service.
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Photograph Copyright Release Form I, hereby grant permission to _____________________________ (user’s full name) to reproduce any portion of the photo images listed below that have been taken by me ___________________________ ( Photographer’s full name) for the purpose of SELF USE and or SELF PROMOTION publications which can include but is not limited to, books, cards, calendars, invitations and websites without any more compensation or recognition given to me.
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