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Product Photography Contracts

  • 11 February 2021
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Where I can find product photography contracts?

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Best answer by Matt Specht 12 February 2021, 01:29

Hi @AmandaBlakeney,

 

You can really adapt any portrait/boudoir type contract to fit into product photography. I converted my portrait photography contract I got from the LawTog to work for my product contracts. There are a few minor changes that would need to be made, but another type of contract that might speed up the process would be a commercial photography contract. Check out this article, it has some great tips on commercial photography contracts as well.

https://www.shootproof.com/blog/commercial-photography-contract/

 

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

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Hi @AmandaBlakeney,

 

You can really adapt any portrait/boudoir type contract to fit into product photography. I converted my portrait photography contract I got from the LawTog to work for my product contracts. There are a few minor changes that would need to be made, but another type of contract that might speed up the process would be a commercial photography contract. Check out this article, it has some great tips on commercial photography contracts as well.

https://www.shootproof.com/blog/commercial-photography-contract/

 

Hope this helps!

Thanks,

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@Matt Specht would it cover for insurance purposes. Im just concerned if anything is damaged while inmy possession. Like if I mistakenly drop a product and it is damaged.

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@Matt Specht would it cover for insurance purposes. Im just concerned if anything is damaged while inmy possession. Like if I mistakenly drop a product and it is damaged.

 

Contracts are important to cover you and your client, but regardless of your contract, your insurance should be good enough to cover those types of issues. Most umbrella insurance policies cover anything that is damaged during a shoot. 

Your contract can state that your not responsible for accidents to products during shooting, but that could sway potential clients away. I know my product photography contract limits damages to the cost of the contract, but I also have insurance as well.

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@Matt Specht Thank you so much. Your input has been very helpful dear !!

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