Photography Barter Agreement is here!

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photographers barter agreement

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As your photography business grows, and more and more vendors and venues wish to trade for services, you need to protect your brand, professional image, and mostly ensure everyone plays fair! Our Essential Photography Barter Agreement provides that parties who barter for your services understand and accept your terms and conditions, and helps your studio avoid common misunderstandings by spelling out requirements with clear and concise language, in a simple and clean format. Created by our in-house legal team to include all the essentials for an agreement that will cover you at every turn.

Did we mention fully interactive files? All of our forms & contracts come with Interactive PDF files (with stock header image included) that you can send straight to your clients to complete from the comfort of their own computer or mobile device, like their iPad or iPhone! No more messy paperwork or trying to figure out how to create an online web form for clients to use.

Save $20 on the Barter Agreement now with special intro pricing. (No code necessary. Offer ends at 11:59pm PST on Wednesday, May 20th)




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