AGREEMENT Knight Productions will be photographing a wedding as instructed by the package description. A non-refundable booking fee will be acquired and the rest of the total invoice including tax is due on the day of the wedding. Photos will be edited and delivered within 60 days of the wedding. Knight Productions, Photographer will work in good faith to deliver quality images and image count.
CANCELLATIONS If the wedding contract is cancelled or postponed by the client with more than 30 days prior to the wedding, the non-refundable retainer payment will not be returned, it being the agreed loss suffered by the photographer due to cancellation. In the unlikely event the photographer determines that they are unable to complete the coverage due to unforeseen circumstances, a backup photographer will be provided. If no backup can be found, all money (including the deposit) will be returned to the client.
LIMIT OF LIABILITY In the unlikely event of total photographic failure or cancellation of this contract by either party or in any circumstance, the liability of one party to the other shall be limited to the total value of the contract. Neither party shall be liable for indirect or consequential loss. Any legal matters will be held in the photographer’s home state, any legal fees incurred by the photographer as a result of client prosecution will be paid by the client.
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COPYRIGHT, REPRODUCTION, AND MODEL RELEASE The copyright of the photographs is retained by the photographer at all times throughout the world. Where a digital version of the photographs has been included for the clients as part of the wedding collection, these photographs will include a print release and may be printed, and or displayed online, for personal use. Commercial use must be expressly approved in written form by the photographer and include citation. This includes online bridal publications. The photographer retains the right to use the photographs for the purpose of advertising or otherwise promotion their work. The client agrees that they are singing a model release to allow the use of the photographs (of themselves) and those pictured at their wedding for the photographer’s business purposes.
SOCIAL MEDIA This clause applies to social media including, but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and blogs. When published online it is required that citation of photographer be made. The client agrees that they will under no circumstances alter the photographer’s photographs that are placed in public or on the internet. As a photographer, I need photographs to be an accurate representation of my work so that future clients have a good understanding of my brand and style. The client agrees to be responsible for any family member or friend who posts our photographs online and agrees that they cannot be cropped (with the exception of forced cropping on social media), altered in color, or edited in any way.
SATISFACTION AND ACCURACY The client agrees that the work delivered will be of a similar style and caliber to those photographs on our Social Media and online, and that the photographer will have complete creative control during the photographs and in post-processing. The images will be delivered in JPEG format with a mix of color and black and white images and deemed appropriate by the photographer. No re-editing will be done after the final edited copies are presented to the client. The client agrees that the photographer can only capture the wedding that happens: weather, location, schedule complications, time restraints and subject’s ability to cooperate, are all factors in the quality of the photographs. The photographer will not edit for physical size, hair, nor any other physical appearance issue other than blemishes.
INTERFERENCE OR OBSTRUCTION No clients, wedding guests, attendants, and employees of the client may impede the photographer when he/she is shooting or performing duties; failure to comply may result in missed moments or fewer delivered images. Lighting deficiencies at venues may interfere with photographer’s ability, all attempts to provide adequate lighting situations must be made by the client.