Protecting Your Photography Business

G.A. Mavon

Taking photos has been your passion for as long as you can remember, and you’ve even made your life’s work out of it. However, as a business owner, you know how things can be when it comes to dealing with certain clients. To protect yourself and the integrity of your business, what do you need to do to cover your bases?

Invest In Insurance

Mobile entertainment and photographer insurance is a great idea for anyone in your position. If you’re not sure what kind of coverage is offered, check out G.A. Mavon for some expert advice and great ideas to help you.

Create an Ironclad Contract 

Given the nature of your business, it can be easy for clients to try and say that the final product is not up to their standards, creating a conflict of interest if someone refuses to pay for your services. By writing a contract that states that all sales are final as well as additional fees should the clients back out or make changes, you are protecting yourself from getting stiff from difficult clients.

Once you’ve been in business for a while, you have come to know what to expect from customers. However, since things can change in an instant, be sure that you’ve come to expect the unexpected.