1. Make sure your photo has good lighting – enough to see the details of your furry (or non-furry) friend’s face, but not so much that their face is too bright to see.
2. A head-on shot is preferred. Make sure that you get the full face in the photo, including both ears. If only half of your pet’s face is showing, only half of its face will be on your product!
3. Avoid blurry photos – the higher the clarity of the photo, the better. Remember that the photo will be shrunk down, so some subtle features may not be seen as clearly in the final product.
Here's what good images contain:
• Little to no glares
• Minimal grass
• The subject of your image appears in the foregroundNo blur
• Color of the subject doesn't blend in with the background (ie. black shirt on a black chair)
• No objects interfering with the subject of the image (ie. hands petting a dog)
*See more from our examples below