THE NON-DISPARAGEMENT CLAUSE IN PHOTOGRAPHY CONTRACT
The below link is to the original post. The article is about photographers that include in their agreement a line stating that you, well..., cannot say anything bad about their quality or service if you're not satisfied with the work they delivered.
Now... It never, ever, occurred to me to include something like this in my agreement. It never occurred to me that I would have a dissatisfied client. NEVER. EVER!
Personally I find that just a little awkward. That like saying: "I expect some of my clients to not like my work. If you don't, you're not allowed to post bad reviews." THAT is just plain ol' NUTS!
As I said, having a dissatisfied client never crossed my mind. I strive to do my best every day. In fact I always get a little nervous the morning of a wedding, BECAUSE, I want to do a good job and I let myself get psyched up for the day.
Personally, if I found this is any agreement, I would seriously reconsider signing that agreement, but that's me......
BTW: No one governs photographers. All you need is a camera and a Facebook page and BANG! you're a photographer. Be careful out there when researching photographers.
Look for a Certified Professional Photographer. I am a CPP. This designation guarantees my skill and knowledge.
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