Francesco De Maio Photography

Wedding Colaianni




Francesco De Maio Photography

470 Main St

Clinton MA 01510     

617 4293841                    


Client (financially responsible party):

Carol Colaianni

227 White Pond Rd.

Hudson, MA 01749


Bride’s name: Sarah Marie Colaianni

Groom’s name: Adam Kyle Paradis

Main Event Date: Sept 9 2017

Start Time:   08:00 (approximate)                              


Residence Inn by Marriot Worcester

503 Plantation Street

Worcester, MA 01605


Harrington Farm

178 Westminster Rd,

Princeton, MA 01541


Same as Above


    • Full day coverage (up to 12 hours)
    • 2 photographers
    • High Resolution Digital Images
    • 1 10×10 leather album up to 40 pages (additional page $25)
    • 3 4×4 leather albums same design as 10×10 album (additional page $10, different designs available for $100 per design)
    • $ 1000 print credit with 20% discount from standard price list                          


Cost :


Ma Sales Tax (6.25%)


Retainer Fee


Total Due




This Contract is between the Client, whose name and address is listed above, and Francesco De Maio Photography 


  1. Retainer and Payments. The Client shall make a non-refundable retainer in the amount of $499 for the Photographer to perform the services specified herein. Upon payment, the Photographer will reserve the time and date agreed upon by both parties.  The Client agrees that this retainer is earned by the Photographer when paid, and is remitted in consideration of the experience, reputation, skill of the Photographer, and in consideration of the inability of the Photographer to schedule other clients during this time.  Remaining balances shall be paid 15 days prior to the main event.
  2. Pre-Wedding Consultation. The Client agrees to a pre-wedding consultation. The consultation shall work to finalize the schedule, locations, and the Client’s requests. 
  3. Cancellation. If for any reason Client cancels this Contract prior to or on the wedding date, the Photographer shall keep the retainer and any monies paid on the date of cancellation.  All cancellations must be made in writing and signed by all contracted parties.  If the Client fails to supply written cancellation or cancels within 30 days of the contracted date, the Client shall be required to pay the full balance of the Contract.
  4. Rescheduling. If, for any reason, the Client reschedules the wedding at least 31 days prior to the wedding date, and such rescheduling is confirmed in writing to the Photographer, the retainer may, at the Photographer’s sole discretion, be applied to the new date.  A new Contract will be required to reflect the changes.  In the event the reschedule occurs within 30 months of the original wedding date, the Client shall be required to remit a new retainer in the amount of $499. 
  5. Photographic Materials. All photographic materials, including but not limited to negatives, transparencies, proofs, and previews, shall be the exclusive property of the Photographer.   All orders must be placed within the outlined schedules within this Contract.   No products, including digital files, will be released until the agreed upon amount is paid in full per the payment schedule outlined in this Contract. The Photographer shall make a downloadable online gallery available within 90 days from the main event.   The online gallery will be available for photo download and photo album image selection and it shall remain open for 90 days from delivery. If the Client requests to extend the time or reopen the online proofing gallery, a $100.00 un-archival fee shall apply. Included $1000 print credit will be available for 90 days from gallery delivery. The Photographer is available for an in-person consultation to provide the Client with samples of available products prior to photo selection. If not used print credit shall expire 90 days from online gallery delivery.     
  6. Artistic Rights. The Photographer retains the right of discretion in selecting the photographic materials released to the Client and shall not receive any photographic materials not presented to the Client.  The Photographer also retains the right to make adjustments to the photographs in post-processing as the Photographer deems within their creative control.  
  7. Editing. Client agrees and understands that Photographer edits the proofs at his own artistic discretion, and said editing is included in the fee. Additional heavy editing, such as removing glare on eyeglasses, braces, acne, or weight reduction, will be charged at any extra rate of $30 per image.
  8. Copyright and Reproductions. The Photographer shall retain copyright ownership of all works created in the course of this Contract, including but not limited to all images in their original and processed formats. It is understood that any duplication or alteration of original images is strictly prohibited {Copyright Law Title 17, Appendix V. Additional Provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 2005, Section 102} without the written permission of the Photographer.  Alterations include, but are not limited to, application of filters, cropping, or modifications of any kind. The Photographer does provide the Client permission to resize photographs for Internet-based usage.
  9. Client Usage. The Client shall only use the photographic prints, including digital files, in accordance with the permissions within this Contract. The Client’s prints are for personal use only and shall not be submitted to contests or reproduced for commercial use. The Client shall not make, or provide authorization to a third-party to make, reproductions of works resulting from this Contract without express permission of the Photographer. Additional prints and/or digital files may be purchased between third-parties and the Photographer with the permission of the Client.  A digital file print release shall be provided to the Client,  the Client must act in accordance with such release. 
  10. Social Media. The Client may share web/blog post links and social media albums through use of the share functions and dissemination of direct links.  The Client shall not copy, download, screen shot, or capture the photographs in any other fashion.   The Client shall identify the “copyright Francesco De Maio Photography ” in the caption of all photographs uploaded to social media websites and profiles. 
  11. Safe Working Environment. The Client agrees to undertake the best efforts to ensure that guests and attendees at the wedding treat the Photographer and the Photographer’s staff with respect and dignity and that the Photographer is provided with a safe working environment. The Photographer retains the right to cancel the remainder of any photography session in the event guests and/or attendees of the wedding commit any instances of sexual harassment, violence, threats, or other similar behavior that would lead a reasonable person to feel unsafe in such an environment. In the event of such cancellation the Client shall not be entitled to any refund.
  12. Cooperation of Client and Guests. The Client will cooperate with the Photographer and defer to the Photographer’s professional judgment related to setting, poses, picture grouping, and other matters of artistic discretion. The Photographer retains the absolute right to refuse to photograph any situation, pose, or grouping that would interfere with the Photographer’s artistic discretion. The Client will utilize best efforts to ensure that guests and attendees cooperate with the Photographer.
  13. Photography and Videography. The Photographer and the Photographer’s team shall be the sole photographers for coverage of the event.  Videographers and photo booth operators shall be excluded from this provision if submitted in writing by the Client to the Photographer at least 1 day prior to the wedding date.
  14. Failure to Perform. If the Photographer is unable to perform this Contract due to illness, emergency, fire, casualty, strike, act of God or causes beyond the control of the Photographer, the Photographer shall make every attempt to provide a Substitute Photographer per the provisions in this Contract. Further, if the Photographer is unable to deliver photographic materials due to technological malfunctions, including but not limited to the equipment operation and image processing, or photographic materials are otherwise lost or damaged without fault of the Photographer, liability shall be limited.
  15. Substitute Photographer. The Photographer reserves the right to substitute with another photographer.  The substitute photographer is chosen at the discretion of the Photographer and does not constitute a breach of this Contract.  The Photographer warrants the substitute photographer to be of comparable quality and professionalism.
  16. Independent Contractor – Second Photographer.  The Photographer shall supply an additional professional photographer to assist on the wedding day.  The Photographer reserves the right and discretion at selecting the appropriate additional photographer.
  17. Photographer’s Standard Price List. The charges in this Contract are based on the Photographer’s Standard Price List. This price list is adjusted periodically and future orders shall be charged at the prices in effect at the time when the order is placed.
  18. Meals and Breaks. A meal is required for every member of the Photographer’s team for coverage that lasts more than 6 hours. 
  19. Venue Guidelines. The Photographer is bound to guidelines and policies of venue officials or management.  The Client agrees to accept the technical results of their imposition on the Photographer.  Negotiation with the officials for modification of guidelines and/or policies is the Client’s responsibility.  Any additional permits or fees required by the venue or local jurisdiction shall be the responsibility of the Client.
  20. Completion Schedule. Completion schedules and delivery of products shall be determined from the date of final approval by the Client.  Third-party manufacturing laboratories are utilized for products and may provide restrictions on an order not outlined in this Contract.The Client should place orders with sufficient time to allow for normal delays and notify the Photographer at the time of the order if there are any extenuating circumstances requiring a quicker turn around.  An expedited fee of $250.00 shall be applied to expedited product requests.  The Photographer shall not be held responsible for delivery delays due to the fault of manufacturing and/or delivery services.Prints shall take 6 weeks from time of print order to be processed and delivered to the Client.Albums shall take 12 weeks from date of final design approval by the Client to be received by the Photographer.
  21. Arbitration. Any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Contract, or the breach thereof, shall be settled by arbitration, administered in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, administered by a licensed Arbitrator in the jurisdiction closest to the Photographer’s office and the arbitration award may be entered for judgment in any court having jurisdiction thereof. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may refuse to arbitrate when the dispute is for a sum less than $250.00.   In no event shall an award in an arbitration initiated under this clause exceed the contracted price of the controversy in dispute.
  22. Indemnification. The Photographer shall be held harmless for any and all injury to the Client and the Client’s property during the course of the photographic event and the immediately surrounding events.
  23. Miscellany. This Contract incorporates the entire understanding of the parties. Any modifications of this Contract must be in writing and signed by both parties.  Any waiver of a breach or default hereunder shall not be deemed a waiver of a subsequent breach or default of either the same provision or any other provision of this Contract.  This Contract shall be governed by the laws of the State of Massachusetts.
  24. Attorney’s Fees. If either party to this Contract brings a legal action against the other party to this Contract to secure the specific performance of this Contract, collect damages for breach of this Contract, or otherwise enforce or interpret this Contract, the prevailing party shall recover reasonable attorney’s fees and all costs, premiums for bonds, fees, and other expenses expended or incurred in the action in addition to any other relief that may be awarded.
  25. Construction.  Any rule of construction to the effect that ambiguities are to be resolved against the drafting party shall not apply in interpreting this Contract. The language in this Contract shall be interpreted as to its fair meaning and not strictly for or against any party.



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Signed by Francesco De Maio
Signed On: August 22, 2017

Francesco De Maio Photography
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Document name: Wedding Colaianni
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