I have been asked if I would shoot some senior portraits for one of my Fraternity brother's friends. I have always wanted to do senior portraits but have not done so yet. When it comes to senior portraits, I'm guessing I'm going to need a contract and or photo release, correct? For theses contracts, could they just be a generic contract that I could be used for all senior portraits? When I first write up this contract, do I need to have it reviewed by a lawyer? One of my professors is a Judge for the local county "he teaches business law" could he review it? Should I just tell a lawyer what I want and have them write it up? I'm going to answer my own question but just want to be sure. I don't want to do a photo shoot for a senior and get a law suit on my hands. I'm not 100% confidant in my ability in doing a senior portrait because I have never done one before. Should I have that in my contract somehow? Any advice for a first time senior portrait taker would be great!