A Profile is Worth A Thousand Words!
Make sure to put your pets best paw, hoof, or wing forward by submitting amazing photos of them.
Our clients choose animals for their projects based on their specific market research as well as how the animals are presented in their profiles.
Proper lighting, camera angles, and the right background can help your star get the gig!
Their training and experience in a studio setting is also highly considered when making their choice.
Tips for Getting the Best Photos
Have adequate lighting whether the photo is taken indoors or outdoors
Take your pets photo at their level, not taken looking down at them
Pet should be looking at camera
No blurry or grainy photos
Pet is clean and groomed
No phone snapshots
Clean and clear backdrop or background
What Photo Angles Should I Get?
A variety of shots are expected. Please provide us with:
Two full body shots – one standing to the left and one standing to the right
A tight head shot – head towards camera/looking at camera
A sitting shot – head towards camera/looking at camera
Photos Not to Submit
(going from top to bottom, left to right)
Multiple dogs in photo, not looking at camera
People in photo, dog not cleary visible
Photo not lit properly
Action shot, face not visible
Photo taken from above, dirty background
Poorly lit, face not visible
Looking away from camera, taken from above
Too many accessories