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***** Photography Studio is not bound until a non-refundable retainer is paid and accepted. The balance of the contract plus tax is due fourteen (14) days prior to the event. All deposits are non-refundable even though the client may cancel the
event and/or the photographic services of the studio. An additional 50% deposit on any supplemental orders is due upon placement of the order. All orders including albums placed after one year anniversary will be charged at current prices. All prices
are subject to state/local sales tax. Negatives are the sole property of the studio and will be kept in storage for two years unless otherwise agreed upon. **** Photography is to be the exclusive photographer at the event. All photographic
images produced by the studio are protected by copyright laws and may not be reproduced or copied in any form except by ***** Photography. Permission is granted by the client for the studio to use any/all images in any form for display,
publication, or advertisement for the studio. ***** Photography is not liable in the event that any services and or products can not be delivered to the client due to equipment malfunction, lost materials in transit, or any other circumstances
beyond the control of the studio even though by negligence or other fault, in which case all monies paid to the studio by the client for this event shall be refunded and this contract will then become null and void. All attempts will be made to have the
individual photographer chosen by the client shoot the affair. However, unforseen circumstances such as injury, major illness, earthquakes, etc. may preclude this. If this shall happen, we will send another photographer to shoot the affair or give
notice of cancellation to the client and return all deposits made ***Photography Studio is licensed and insured through the Professional Photographers Association.
It doesn’t say anything about our photo rights, but the package does include a High res disc/all of our proofs in 4×6 format, online gallery, engagement shoot.
Should I ask them about printing rights or is that assumed with the disc?