Photographer's Agreement (Commercial Photos)
Many freelance photographers offer their services to consumers and business clients alike and in both cases should be covered by comprehensive terms and conditions of business and contracts.
This document is compliant with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
This Photographer's Agreement for Commercial Photos is designed for use by photographers providing their services to businesses for use in commercial projects such as marketing materials, publications and websites. Under these terms of business licences are granted for individual projects undertaken by the customer with royalties payable for each project (but not for repeated uses within the same project).
Clauses in this agreement cover key factors including payment, the photography services themselves and the always-important issue of copyright and licensing.
An alternative version of this document is also which provides for commercial usage of the photographer’s work. Over and above the terms included in the non-commercial version of this document, a detailed clause also addresses insurance, liability and indemnity. A counterpart set of terms and conditions is also available.
This Photographer's Agreement for Commercial Photos contains the following clauses:
1. Definitions and Interpretation
4. Price and Payment
5. Cancellation and Re-scheduling
7. Copyright and Licensing
8. Insurance, Liability and Indemnity
10. Force Majeure
11. Term and Termination
12. Effects of Termination
13. [Data Protection]
14. [Data Processing]
15. No Waiver
16. Further Assurance
19. Assignment and Sub-Contracting
21. Relationship of the Parties
23. Third Party Rights
25. Entire Agreement
28. Dispute Resolution
29. Law and Jurisdiction
and the following Schedules:
2. Price & Deposit
3. [Data Protection]
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