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Giving permissions to print images; Need a sample of a form.

Jessica Dixon , Jan 01, 2010; 02:22 p.m.

Hey everyone,
Does anyone have a good example of a release form in which states that I own the images but the client may make their own reproductions for their personal use?
Thanks!

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Nadine Ohara - SF Bay Area/CA , Jan 01, 2010; 03:05 p.m.

Here is a recent thread about the same topic.

http://photo.net/wedding-photography-forum/00VEUo

William W , Jan 01, 2010; 05:16 p.m.

Ah! I was beaten . . . :)


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"Does anyone have a good example of a release form in which states that I own the images but the client may make their own reproductions for their personal use?"

As you can see by the thread linked above, IMO, if you supply digital files; forms are usually un-necessary for Wedding Clients (and similar Social Events Clients).

My main point being is that Clients will often loose the paperwork, but are not likely to loose the disc.

If you supply Negs: you could adapt the wording to a form.

WW

Jessica Dixon , Jan 01, 2010; 06:23 p.m.

Oh, Thanks! didn't see that one. :)

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