deethebee wrote: »
If you don't mind me asking Rach (because I can't seem to find the answer among the posts), what was the actual agreement you made with the photographer? Had you agreed to a service and for a certain amount of photographs and to pay a certain fee? Or did he just tell you you could only buy the pictures you wanted? I'm not sure that changing your mind from 5 pictures to 1 picture is a breach of contract and it also sounds as though he agreed to this at the time, is that correct? It seems a bit strange that he could agree to the change of mind at the time, but suddenly now be pursuing you for the remaining photo's. Is that what is happening? If there was no obligation to buy any photo's then I am not sure how he can be suing you for cancelling the order. Was there a payment for the photography service that you paid?
Am I right in the above or could you clarify the exact details of this specific agreement?
It also sounds like based on the ts and cs that he has likely deleted the photo's he took for you, so wouldn't be able to provide them.
waamo wrote: »
I think I'm up to speed with this. The op had a photo shoot that they paid for. They then went back for a viewing and picked 5 photos. They changed the order to 1 and paid for 1. The photographer wants to hold them to the 5.
The t&c's say if no order is placed upon viewing then they are deleted after 7 days unless a second viewing is booked. A viewing and subsequent order did take place however.
The t&c's are silent on the matter of cancellation or amendment of an order.
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