Complimentary 1 hour


Clients who have used this service were for casual photoshoots (head shots/lifestyle/creative photos, etc.), private parties, school events, film festivals, and Press/Media Coverage to name a few. 

$600 ($150/HR) - HALF DAY RATE (UP TO 4 HOURS) 
$1000 ($125/HR) - FULL DAY RATE (UP TO 8 HOURS) 

If you need more hours after the Half or Full Day Rate, then the Hourly Rate will apply. 

Use this option instead of the hourly or daily rates.
$200-700 per photo 

This will depend on your project and time will not be the focus.
A project can take 1 hour or 17 hours, the goal is to get the perfect shot.
If you decide not to purchase any of the photos, a flat rate of $500 per day during the course of the project will be invoiced.  No Exceptions.

1 day = 8 hours
If I worked 17 hours in 1 day, the invoice will be calculated as:
2 days + 1 hour = $1,062.50 
     1 day (8 hours) = $500 x 2 days = $1,000
     1 hour = 62.50 ($500 / 8 hours)

Use this option if you know what photos you need.
Clients have used this for food and/or product photography.

Client has 6 months to purchase any of the remaining photos from the date of the project/event and then they will be deleted from our archives without notice.

1. All Movies / Films / TV / Commercials will be archived for 2 years and then they will be deleted without notice. An additional archival fee of $75.00 per order. 

2. All Celebrity, Entertainment, Red Carpet, High End Events, Film Festivals, and Press/Media will be archived for 1 year and then they will be deleted without notice. An additional archival fee of $75.00 per order.

Extra Photographer(s)
Photographer Assistant(s)
Make Up Artist
Hair Stylist
Film Production

This will be discussed during consultation to determine what you need. There is no set price because I outsource Freelancer's for projects and they have separate rates. 

Work will commence once contract has been signed and a 50% deposit has been paid. 
Deposit will be refunded if notice has been sent 72 hours prior to the start date and time of the project/event. No Exceptions.
Remaining 50% Payment is due immediately before the project/event. 
Full Payment is required prior to delivery of contracted product(s). 
No Refunds on Same Day project/event and Full Payment is due prior to work. 

Based on the project/event, Client may be charged fees for excessive communication.

Credit Card, Check and Cash are Accepted. 

Check Return is charged an additional $50.00 fee per occurrence and will be added to your balance.

If balance is not paid within 30 days after the event, you will be taken to Small Claims Court. Unpaid balance, court fees, loss day(s) of work due to court, and travel time(s) due to court will be added to your Outstanding Balance. There is no Arbitration

Terms subject to change without notice.

We will discuss to see which option is best for your project/event.
Copyright Buy Out is available and based on your project/event. 

All photos are Copyrighted © to Jesse Watrous.

Understanding Copyright Laws
A copyright is a legal device that gives the creator of a literary, artistic, musical, or other creative work the sole right to publish and sell that work. Copyright owners have the right to control the reproduction of their work, including the right to receive payment for that reproduction. An author may grant or sell those rights to others, including publishers or recording companies. Violation of a copyright is called infringement.
Copyright is a property right. Under the Federal Copyright Act of 1976, photographs are protected by copyright from the moment of creation.
According to the U.S. Copyright Office, the owner of the “work” is generally the photographer or, in certain situations, the employer of the photographer. Even if a person hires a photographer to take pictures of a wedding, for example, the photographer will own the copyright in the photographs unless the copyright in the photographs is transferred, in writing and signed by the copyright owner, to another person. The subject of the photograph generally has nothing to do with the ownership of the copyright in the photograph. If the photographer is no longer living, the rights in the photograph are determined by the photographer’s will or passed as personal property by the applicable laws of interstate succession. 
Information from The Law Tog.

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