PET PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY - GET IN CLOSE TO YOUR SUBJECT
Stepping closer or zooming in on your pet, whether you want a portrait or a full body shot, it is important to get the type of detail required so please fill your frame. This will help deliver a quality end product. I am not able to work with photos which are at a distance, not in daylight, or out of focus. A pro tip is to get close enough to take a full body photo of your pet, then also zoom in to show details, such as any unique markings, eyes (close enough to indicate color), nose, mouth, ears, hair or fur color, whatever you feel best reflects the individual characteristics of your beloved pet.
If you know you just want a head shot, just fill the frame with your dog's head and please provide a few angles as well as a full frontal view. This will help ensure I get a good reference photo of hair color, eye color and facial features.
If you are not able to provide a new study as above for various reasons, let’s try to work together with any reference photos you may already have in your possession.