Image Recommendations

The most important quality your photo should have is that is reminds you of all the amazing memories of your pet. We do however have a few recommendations when choosing a picture to use. Our partner artist are incredible, however, can only include as much detail as the picture they are working off of contains. In order for them to be able to include as much unique detail of your beloved pet, use the following recommendations when choosing pictures to send:

Lighting
Outdoor, natural lighting during the day is best. If you only have indoor pictures, try to choose a one near a window with the light shining on your pet’s face. This means the light has to be coming from behind you or from above. If possible, avoid pictures with a window behind your pet.

Angle
Eye level is the best angle for a portrait. When choosing what pictures to send, try to select the ones with a perspective that is close to their eye level for the best results.

Image Focus
Make sure your photos are clear and not fuzz. An out of focus image will reduce the detail our partner artists will be able to include.

File Type

It is best to upload your images straight from your photo album or digital camera if you have one. Please avoid taking 'screenshots' of pictures.

If you are having trouble identifying a picture that you think will work, we are here to help. Call or email, and we will be able to answer any questions you have and give guidance on any pictures you've found. 

Image Examples

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Image by Erik-Jan Leusink
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