Unless stated differently in the contract, Ezequiel Scagnetti employs a 14-day payment term from the date of the invoice.

For assignments exceeding 3.000 US$, the client will be requested to make a deposit of 50% of the total amount in advance of the assignment date.
If extensive travel is required, or if production expenses are needed, such as purchasing props, building a set, renting a studio, etc., the client will advance these expenses prior to making the aforesaid arrangements.

Bank transfer fees must be borne by the client.

Unless previously negotiated and agreed with the client, the photographer does not deliver the RAW files of a photo or film production.

When budgeting, Ezequiel Scagnetti takes into account the specific tasks related to photography or video services only. Unless otherwise mentioned, any additional expenses such as local transportation, parking, airfare, train fare, car rental, hotels, meals or other unexpected production or logistic related expenses will be added to the invoice.

The photographer expects to receive a clear and detailed request, in writing, concerning the assignment, containing all the necessary information to develop the assignment and successfully meet the client’s needs and expectations. To avoid unexpected administrative or production requests, the following items may add costs to the final invoice, if not mentioned in your original request:

·         If you have lengthy documents or contracts to be evaluated by the legal adviser of the photographer.

·         If you need the photographer to create a photo-session schedule or other logistical planning including making travel arrangements.

·         If you want the photographer to attend meetings, to do site inspections or to provide tax certificates, financial statements, acquire special permits, etc.

These tasks will be considered as “production work” and will be charged at the rate of 90 US$/hour excluding VAT.

Any unexpected and not previously agreed “production work” will be invoiced at the aforementioned rate. 

The photographer has its own contract specifying this agreement.

The photographer's contract is ruled by Argentine law. In the event you wish to apply another legal agreement for the contractual relationship with the photographer and depending on the complexity of your document, this may be sent to a lawyer for legal advice. This review of legal documents will be charged at the rate of 200 US$/hour, excluding VAT.

Ezequiel Scagnetti is based in Pilar, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Unless specifically requested by the client and agreed by the photographer, Argentine law will govern the agreement. The courts of San Isidro, Buenos Aires, will have exclusive jurisdiction to adjudicate any dispute concerning our working agreement.

The changing of tribunals to another country may have an impact on the photographer's budget proposal.

Ezequiel Scagnetti and the photographers working under his supervision carry standard professional liability insurance. The costs of any additional insurance requested by the client will be added to the invoice.

The mission of the photographer is to create images to meet the client's request by using his professionalism, experience and aesthetic approach. The photographer is not responsible for the client’s final use of the images. 

Ezequiel Scagnetti will not be held liable for any consequences arising from the use or misuse of the images by the client.

Ezequiel Scagnetti does not take any liability regarding the infringement of the rights of any person, property or object pictured or filmed during an assignment. The client who requested the photography / video service is responsible for any infringement of the aforementioned rights. Any request to have the photographer signing a contract that includes a contrary clause will be refused.