Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook

Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook

by Norman Phillips, Christopher S Nudo
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Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook by Norman Phillips, Christopher S Nudo

This guide provides insights into the legal concerns that face professional photographers. Collecting unpaid debts, securing retainers, and constructing payment terms are addressed with a focus on the difficulties that are often associated with managing a photography business. Twenty-five sample forms are provided, including model and property release forms, as well as estimates and invoices easily duplicated for use in business. Advice is also provided for copyrighting images, safely conducting a portrait session with a minor, and submitting fine art images to galleries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781584281481
Publisher: Amherst Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/28/2005
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.46(d)

About the Author

Norman Phillips is a professional photographer and the author of "Lighting Techniques for Low Key Portrait Photography" and "Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography." He is the four-time recipient of the Chicagoland Professional Photographers Association Sweepstakes Award. He lives in Highland Park, Illinois. Christopher S. Nudo, Esq., is an attorney. He lives in Des Plaines, Illinois.

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Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
BellaFotografia More than 1 year ago
This book is a million times better than that "other" photographer's legal handbook that is so popular. This is the book that needs to be popular over that one; I guess people haven't yet found it! The book contains excellent contracts/releases (much more sufficient and detailed and legally binding than the "other" book's). It has item-by-item explanations on why the contract should state the item. It has examples of what happens when you don't have a contract that specifies certain items. It doesn't come with a CD of the contracts, but it does give you a Web site address they can be downloaded from (I haven't yet checked said Web site). I highly recommend this book!