Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions
All the photographs on this website are the copyright of J C J Photographer (excluding those that are joint owned by sister collaboration 'R&J Johnson'.)
'The photographer' and 'J C J Photographer' refers to Julia Johnson trading as J C J Photographer.
'The client' refers to individuals or businesses that commission the photographer to produce Photographic work for them, both in the past, currently, and in the future.
'The agreed brief' is the requirements set out by the client and agreed by the photographer prior to the photographic shoot.
1. Copyright of all images and logos is retained by the photographer at all times.
2. Unless previously agreed by the client and photographer, Julia Johnson has the right to use photographs produced by her for other forms of promotional, advertising or marketing purposes.
3. The photographer has full artistic licence to manipulate and enhance the images she produces in an artistic, creative manner.
4. The client must take full responsibility to satisfy themselves that all necessary rights, permissions and consents (such as model release forms and guardian consent) which may be required for reproduction are obtained and that J C J Photographer gives no guarantee that any such rights have or will be obtained by herself whether in relation to the use of names, trade marks, registered name, people, or works of art (e.g.: fashion, fine art, sculpture) depicted in any images. By allowing J C J Photographer to photograph any given circumstance, the client has agreed that the Photographer holds copyright to the images she produces in any given context. If the client reproduces any images photographed by J C J Photographer, the client shall indemnify Julia Johnson against any loss or damage, proceedings or costs where such rights, consents or releases have not been previously obtained.
Commissioned photography projects
5. In the case of wedding or event photography a deposit should be given to the photographer once formally booked by the client.
6. In the event of a cancellation, the photographer will be entitled to retain the deposit.
7. Agreed Brief: The client and photographer will meet before the shoot and discuss any requirements that will need to be considered by the photographer during the shoot. The agreement is subject to variables: for example, what is possible during the event.
8. Before final payment for the photography work; the client would be shown a selection of proofs in order to ensure the client is satisfied with the final product, referred to in section 7. Once client satisfaction has been established the client will receive the full selection of images. At this point the client is legally required to pay the full amount initially agreed by the client and photographer, and cannot break this agreement.
9. The photographer shall not in any way be deemed liable to the client, for any failure to fulfill the requirements of the agreed brief, where failure results from circumstances that include (but are not limited to) equipment failure, illness or injury, weather conditions, the absence of a model, make up artist or other key person.
10. The professional association between the Photographer and the client shall be governed by the laws of England, excluding the laws of conflict.