It’s very important that we receive good photos for the dogs presentations. It makes a huge difference if people will find the dog interesting or not. Feel free to show this tutorial to volunteers or foster homes who might take photos as well. We understand it might be difficult to take photos of some dogs but here is some ideas!
Things to consider
- Clear photo of the dogs face
- Try and get the dog to look straight in to the camera
- No tongue hanging out on each photo
- Full body shoot and not taken from above
- No photos taken from underneath
- Socialising with other dogs/animals/humans
When using the rehoming form please have in mind that you may not be able to send many huge photos at once. Be sure you have a good internet connection and preferably using a computer instead of a phone if possible. Attach 1-2 photos in the rehoming form and send in the rest to email@example.com with the dogs name in the subject line.
Examples of good photos for main photo
Examples of not so good photos for main photo
Examples of good photos in general
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