Photo, Audio or Video Release
You’ll need a signed release if you’re a photographer, videographer, event planner, or other individual who intends to photograph or record (audio or video) an individual and use that material for commercial and business purposes.
It was time for me to enlist more help to keep up with #allthethings in my business- I wanted to be sure to also protect my clients while I worked on scaling, so needed to get legal docs in place to do that. There is SO much security in having a legal agreement- plus it's just the right thing to do. Nothing says I'm a legit business quite like an attorney drafted document.
Serena, Social Media Manager
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Cynthia, Wedding Planner
I bought both the marketing consultant contract and indepdnent contractors contract! Super easy to understand and tweak for my business needs!