Download contracts and customer forms for photographers, videographers and modeling agencies.
Prepare your own model releases and contracts for photography sessions and video shoots quickly and easily.
Re-usable templates which you can customize to make them as unique as your business.
Forms for studio photography sessions, weddings, fashion shows, and special events.
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Procure the services of models for an internet site with this Online Modeling Services Agreement template.
The Agreement details how the models will be hired and how their photos will be used.
The model agrees to provide modeling services to the website operator as required, but this is not an exclusive contract. The model is free to work for other employers and websites.
The model will be paid a fee based on monthly subscriber revenues from website(s) where photographs of the model are posted.
This is an ideal contract for clothing designers and for adult websites who hire their own models. It's important to have a written legal document in place when you contract services. Download this customizable Online Modeling Services Agreement for your business.
Rent out photo studio space and/or photography equipment on a one-time or ongoing basis with this easy template Photo Studio Rental Contract.
The facilities and equipment can be rented on an hourly, half-day or full-day basis for photo shoots or video sessions.
The renter is responsible for cleaning up and returning the space and the gear to the same condition it was in at the beginning of the rental period, otherwise a cleaning fee will be charged.
Overtime fees will be charged if the renter is not out of the space on time. The contract template contains optional clauses to allow a grace period (usually 10 to 15 minutes).
The renter is prohibited from carrying on illegal activities on the premises.
Models must be of legal age unless a parent or guardian has consented and is present during the shoot.
The studio has no liability for damage, loss, or injury, and the renter indemnifies and holds the studio harmless against any claims.
The renter must obtain liability insurance before the date of the rental. Don't let your studio space sit empty when it can be earning extra money for your business. Purchase the Photo Studio Rental Contract and start renting your facilities right away!
Do you rent your photography equipment and studio space to customers or other photographers? Then you need this Photo Studio Rental Release and Waiver form.
Getting a signed release and waiver can protect you from liability if a renter files a lawsuit against you for injury, loss or damage.
The form should be signed prior to the start of the rental, and each party should retain a signed copy.
The renter releases the photography studio and its employees from any and all liability.
The renter assumes all responsibility with respect to the rental and use of the premises and equipment, and waives any claims s/he may have with respect to injury, damage or loss resulting from the rental of the studio.
This is a generic legal form which can be used anywhere and can be customized for your unique business. Don't risk being sued because someone injured themselves using your studio or equipment. Get the Photo Studio Rental Release and Waiver Form.
Protect your copyright and your right to use the photographs you take - get your models and subjects to sign this Photographer Release Agreement prior to the photo shoot.
The model consents to the photographer's use of his or her image, and gives the photographer an irrevocable perpetual worldwide right to use the photos for any purpose.
The model releases the photographer from any claims or demands, including right to privacy.
The model acknowledges that the compensation paid by the photographer is payment in full for all future uses of the photos.
This is a reusable legal form. Once you buy the template, you can use it as often as you need to, and you can customize it for your business. The Photographer Release Agreement will help ensure that you retain ownership over your photos. Download your copy today.
When photographing an underage model, have a parent or guardian sign this Photographer Release Agreement for Minors prior to the photo shoot.
The parent (on behalf of the minor) consents to the photographer's use of the model's likeness, and grants the photographer an irrevocable perpetual worldwide right to use the photos for any purpose.
The parent releases the photographer from any claims or demands, including right to privacy.
The parent acknowledges that any compensation paid by the photographer is payment in full, and the model will not seek any further amount for the photographer's use of the photos.
The parent or guardian indemnifies and holds the photographer harmless from any losses incurred from any breach of the Agreement by the minor.
You can re-use the form as often as you like. Buy it, download it, customize it for your photography studio, and use it whenever necessary. The Photographer Release Agreement for Minors protects your ownership rights in the photographs you take.
Photographers, write up a customer contract quickly and easily with this template Photographer Work-for-Hire Contract.
The photographer agrees to provide services as an independent contractor, not as an employee of the customer.
Once the photographer has been paid for the session, the customer will own all copyright, title and interest in and to the photographs.
This is a reusable legal agreement. Buy it, download it, use it as often as you require.
This generic legal form can be used anywhere. Download the Photographer Work-for-Hire Contract and customize it with your studio logo and information to make it as unique as your business.