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Apr 20, 2018 17:57 |  #16

Got this:

https://idealportraits​.com/share/Contract%20​Example.pdf (external link)

Linked on this page:

https://idealportraits​.com/sessions (external link)


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Apr 23, 2018 15:32 |  #17

Looks like way too much of a big deal.

Ideally, a contract for a senior portrait will fit on a single page, and be combined with the invoice or whatever. . Like when you get your oil changed, there is a contract affixed to the work order, but it's formatted into such a nice compact space that most people don't even realize that they're signing a contract when the guy at JiffyLube says, "ok, Maam ..... we just need your signature here"

I think something along those lines is more appropriate for a senior portrait session than this very official looking, long legal document that you have linked us to. . Contracting for a wedding, of course, would generally be more involved.

The length and how official looking a contract is should vary with the service that it is for, so that it is appropriate and fitting every time you use it.


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Apr 24, 2018 23:08 |  #18

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18612174 (external link)
Looks like way too much of a big deal.

Ideally, a contract for a senior portrait will fit on a single page, and be combined with the invoice or whatever. . Like when you get your oil changed, there is a contract affixed to the work order, but it's formatted into such a nice compact space that most people don't even realize that they're signing a contract when the guy at JiffyLube says, "ok, Maam ..... we just need your signature here"

I think something along those lines is more appropriate for a senior portrait session than this very official looking, long legal document that you have linked us to. . Contracting for a wedding, of course, would generally be more involved.

The length and how official looking a contract is should vary with the service that it is for, so that it is appropriate and fitting every time you use it.

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I'll see if I can shorten it. Thanks!


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Apr 25, 2018 19:32 |  #19

Tom Reichner wrote in post #18612174 (external link)
Looks like way too much of a big deal.

Ideally, a contract for a senior portrait will fit on a single page, and be combined with the invoice or whatever. . Like when you get your oil changed, there is a contract affixed to the work order, but it's formatted into such a nice compact space that most people don't even realize that they're signing a contract when the guy at JiffyLube says, "ok, Maam ..... we just need your signature here"

I think something along those lines is more appropriate for a senior portrait session than this very official looking, long legal document that you have linked us to. . Contracting for a wedding, of course, would generally be more involved.

The length and how official looking a contract is should vary with the service that it is for, so that it is appropriate and fitting every time you use it.

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Just removed it entirely, and added a few sentences in its place. I plan to tag on a small section when they make payment. Thanks, mate!


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