Terms + Conditions:
To fill out and submit an application, you must have parent/guardian approval if under age 18. Filling out this application does NOT require you to take part in the program or be photographed by Shannon Ford Photography. If accepted into this program, you will be contacted directly and you will sign an official program contract.
If selected, you must agree to book with and promote Shannon Ford Photography.
A. Model Release
I hereby give to Shannon Ford Photography the absolute and irrevocable right and permission with respect to the photographs that Shannon Ford Photography has taken of myself and/or my family.
a) To copyright the same in the photographer’s name or any other name that he/she may select;
b) To use, re-use, publish and re-publish the same in whole or in part, separately or in conjunction with other photographs, in any medium now or hereafter known, and for any purpose whatsoever, including (but not by way of limitation) illustration, promotion, advertising and trade, and;
I hereby release and discharge photographer from all and any claims and demands ensuing from or in connection with the use of the photographs, including any and all claims for libel and invasion of privacy.
Photographer is not responsible for any injuries inflicted upon any participating parties. Client(s) will be responsible for themselves and release photographer from any claims against their person or their business.
C. Copyright & Penalty
Shannon Ford Photography retains all copyrights to all images created during client’s session. A print release will be given with digital files to print portraits for personal use. The print release does not allow publication of your portraits (i.e. entering in contests), selling or altering of your images without the photographer’s written permission. It is illegal to copy, scan, download, print, share, alter, or otherwise steal any image created by Shannon Ford Photography during client’s photo session. This applies to "sneak peek" images, images posted in an online proofing gallery, blog, Facebook, or hard copy images. If client steals images via any method listed above, or any other method, client will be invoiced for the cost of EACH digital image client has stolen, at photographer’s current price per digital file.