The quality of the image you upload directly affects the final pet portrait.
- The photo you take or choose must be taken in daylight or a well-lighted environment.
- You can use your smartphone’s rear camera or a high-quality photo camera.
- Make sure your pet’s whole face and neck are visible.
- To be able to capture your pet’s coloring we recommend you avoid excessive filters.
- Your pet should be facing forward, directly looking at the camera. The other positions are also acceptable but it will affect the final position of your pet in portrait.
- Any accessories you want to appear in the final portrait such as collars, leashes, bows, hats, and outfits can be illustrated. Also can be removed. You can note that during the order process in the note box.
Good boy, Good Photo
- Facing forward
- Bright or natural light on ambiance
- The face is totally visible
- Neck is visible
Good boy, Bad Photo
- The face that is angled.
- Back Light or Poor Light
- No ears included totally
- Not facing forward
- Pets are not eye level
- Pet is laying down