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New ‘Do More Wear Less’ Contract Pack Makes Photography Contracts Easy

By Anthony Thurston on May 25th 2015

A few months back, I reviewed Ewan and Brianna Phelan’s boudoir guide app, the first of what they said would be many upcoming educational products on their new learning website, This past week they released their second product, a contract pack with contract templates, something I was excited to give a try.


This should go without saying, but you should always have your own lawyer go over any sort of contract you want to use in your business, but a contract pack like the one available now over on gives you a great starting point to get you in the right direction.

The new contract pack is made up of 8 contracts and common releases needed by a photographer. These include Boudoir, Wedding, Portrait, Pets, Associate photographer, Assistant photographer, and Workshop release. Each contract comes in both MS Word and Adobe PDF form and are fully editable by you to customize based on your needs and business practices.

I have been struggling with writing my own contracts for my boudoir business lately, so having this contract template from DoMoreWearLess was a huge help in finally getting that item off my to-do list.

[Related: SLR Lounge recommends Lawtog for all legal documents]

To modify the template, you simply open up the Editable Adobe PDF and fill in your business information and modify any necessary sections to fit your policies and practices, and then you are good to go. I was really surprised at how simple and easy it was to get these branded and modified. I was expecting to take several hours, and in reality, I was done and ready to print them out after about 20 minutes.


DoMoreWearLess Contract Pack Highlights

  • 8 Contracts and Releases
  • Easily Editable in Word
  • Easily Editable as PDF
  • Available as a Pack ($169 CAD) or Individually ($34.99 CAD)

If you are just starting your business or are thinking you need to take another look at your contracts and releases, then I highly recommend checking out the new contract pack over on DoMoreWearLess. They will save you a ton of time, headache and potentially – money.


You can buy each of the contracts individually for $34.99 CAD (the Image Release form is actually only $19.99 CAD), or you can buy the whole pack for the discounted price of $169.99 CAD.

If you are interested, you can get all of the details and take a look at the contract pack for yourself over on

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Tosh Cuellar

    thanks for sharing, writing your own contracts can be very difficult, good to know there are people willing to hlep

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  2. Robert Eilers

    The truth is there are so many available resources for photography contracts anymore that paying for one seems to much now. There are apps that help you create one for less. Then you could take it to an overpriced lawyer to check.

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    • Thomas Horton

      The problem is that it may be more expensive for a lawyer to review something than it would be for the lawyer to write it.

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  3. barbara farley

    The price looks amazing for what you are getting. Contract law is deep and Judge Judy is not a good alternative.

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  4. Thomas Horton

    Considering that you will have to pay a lawyer to review it to see if it really is applicable to your state/business, I wonder if you are really saving money over just getting a law firm to run this off for you already tailored for your location and the laws that pertain to you.

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    • Brian McCue

      Thomas, I agree. Each state could be different. It would be worth it to have a lawyer draw it up.

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  5. Brandon Dewey

    ill have to check them out

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