With these Contracts YOU WILL have the ability to protect yourself and brand from the nagging issues most creators in the industry face when hiring a 2nd shooter.
This legal contract is designed to be used when hiring a 2nd shooter. It includes and non-compete agreement. This agreement ensures that all of the footage collected during the project belongs to you. It also prevents the 2nd shooter from gaining new business at your event. They are there to represent your brand. Even if asked about services while on location they understand to refer them to YOUR company and more.
Specific clauses designed for this industry:
- Memory Card Clause
States that they are to hand over all memory cards for you to handle & transfer data and release the raw files that you choose back to the 2nd shooter via digital download like drop box.
- Copyright Clause
You own ALL of the rights to the images and the 2nd shooter cannot resale the images or post then anyplace that generates profit without your permission.
- Usage Right
You give the 2nd shooter permission to use the provided images in their portfolio with proper credit on and after a specific date.
And many other clauses specific to this industry such as:
- Client Interaction Clause
- Business Representation
- Event Day Conduct
- And more
Disclaimer: The following contract has been reviewed by a lawyer. HOWEVER, laws are different in each county, city, state, and country. There are intended to be a guideline rather than a comprehensive, complete contract. FlashFilm Academy is not responsible for any lawsuits, damages, or disputes that may arise from using this contract template. PLEASE see a local Lawyer to make any tweaks or changes needed for your region.
Ty Turner, the founder of FlashFilm Academy and US Army veteran, has experience as a combat photographer and videographer. Creating content under the harshest conditions at the highest level of the government. After his military career, he transitioning to corporate America holding positions with companies like TGI Fridays, Texas Instruments, and DELL. Where he was not only tasked to create content but was brought in to be the architect behind their internal multimedia departments designed to support marketing, social media, and learning and development content. He later went on to launch his own production company FlashFilm Media, that quickly became one of the most trusted production companies in the region. Working with companies like Raising Canes, Verizon, Toyota, PGA, KIA, Dr. Pepper, Walmart, Google, Samsung, and more! On the path to growing his company, he notices that there was no blueprint or resources to building a content creations company. So he founded FlashFilm Academy, an online training platform designed to help other content creators grow their business.