The terms and conditions set out below are there to help ensure that the photography work carried out by Diane Whyte Photography is completely transparent and that no misunderstandings can arise with regards to the services and products offered.
All bookings are taken with the understanding that the terms and conditions set out below are agreed with. Where the terms state photographer that refers to Diane Whyte.
All sessions are undertaken to the best of the photographer’s abilities and all efforts will be made to fulfil the photographs requested by the client where this is possible. Diane Whyte Photography can not be held responsible for photographs that could not be taken due to time constraints or other unforeseen circumstances such as illness or equipment failure. Additional time can be requested at the time of booking or during the shoot to fulfil any extra photographs, subject to availability of the photographer. In the event that the shoot has to be cancelled by Diane Whyte Photography an appropriate date shall be rescheduled or a full refund of any monies shall be given with no further liability being incurred by the photographer.
All photographs remain the property of Diane Whyte Photography and all copyright is retained by Diane Whyte Photography at all times. Any printed material is for personal display purposes only and must not be copied or reproduced in anyway unless written permission is given by Diane Whyte Photography. Diane Whyte Photography will only make reproductions of images for clients and Diane Whyte Photography’s portfolio, marketing, samples, self promotion and website. Photographs will not be sold to any third party without written permission being sought.
All images are edited at the photographer’s discretion and any products are produced only once full payment has been received. If you are unhappy with any product from Diane Whyte Photography every effort will be made to rectify the issue be please be aware that any changes maybe subject to a fee. Please also note that all computer monitors are calibrated differently and that the final print may differ slightly from the colour and brightness that you see on your monitor, this is not a fault with printing.
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