Terms of Contract

  1. The Photographer(s) will document the events in a candid manner and take formal portraits as necessary. The client should provide a full list of formal photographs required including names and relationship to the client.
  2. Prior to or during the event, the Client may inform the photographer of subjects which they would like photographed, but the final content of the images is at the discretion of the Photographer.
  3. The Client will ensure that the guests at the event do not interfere with the Photographer’s work.
  4. When using digital photography, the Photographer(s) will be under no obligation to display the images while the event is still underway.
  5. The Photographer retains the copyright to the images and reserves the right to use the same for non commercial purposes.
  6. If the Photographer is unable to perform due to fire or other casualty, strike, or any other cause beyond the control of the parties, or due to the Photographer’s illness or injury, then the Photographer shall return the deposit to the Client but shall have no further liability. This limitation on liability shall also apply in the event that images are lost through equipment malfunction, lost in the mail or otherwise lost or damaged without fault on the part of the Photographer. In the event that the Photographer fails to perform for any other reason, the Photographer shall not be liable for any amount in excess of the Photographer’s fee.
  7. Payment – The Client’s payment to the Photographer shall be as follows: A deposit of 50% at the time of signing of the agreement. The remainder of the Photographer’s fee (Package price minus deposit) is payable in full on the first day of the photoshoot. The deposit made at the time of signing the agreement will not be refunded, should this agreement be terminated by the client. All payments to be made in Cash / Cheque / Demand Draft.
  8. Proofs of the images will be available approximately 6 weeks after the wedding date and will be mailed to the client to his email address. Draft album design will be ready for the approval of the client approximately 2 weeks after the images have been shortlisted by the client for printing.
  9. The Photographer will maintain backup copies of the images in their archive for a period of one year at which time the client may request for a copy of the images on a DVD.

5 Responses to Terms of Contract

  1. Sayan Bagchi says:

    Can you kindly tell me the fess you charge for each of the packages mentioned in the website?

    • admin says:

      Hello Mr Bagchi, kindly drop us a line on our ‘contact us’ page with the details of the event and we shall get back to you ASAP.

      • Muhammet says:

        Meggy – I am wondering if you use a flash when indise? What if you go somewhere and they do not have enough natural light I recently tried to do a shoot indise but there was not enough light and I went to use my external flash, however, daddy wouldnt let me, even when baby was asleep. Have you ever had this issue, what lense do you use in order to let in enough light??Thanks, this is a great post!May 8, 2011 8:54 pm

  2. Sarbani Maity says:

    Please let us know about the rate of wedding Photo Including reception in Medinipur

  3. Ayman says:

    – Well I believe the Stockyards shots are all shot with: 85 1.2 and the oterhs (collages) are shot with 24-70 2.8The settings are ALL different. Honestly even if I gave you an exact setting you couldn’t duplicate it because our lighting won’t be identical My ISO is anywhere from 200-500, depending on the place.Also some of these images look over-exposed on my computer now perhaps the resizing for web action or the fact that my kiddos’ skin is glowy white.March 8, 2011 4:10 pm

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