Photo Best Practices

We work hard to make sure you are 100% satisfied with your custom print. We want to make sure that the images that you give us results in a product that you are 100% happy with and that you love . 

Here are a few things that will help us get the results we want.


Pet Position

The best photos to use are ones that are eye level, with the pet looking straight at the camera. Please try to have your pets whole face and neck in the photo. Try to avoid photos with your pet laying completely down, side views, action shots. 


Multiple Photos

Sometimes there is a great photo but there is just one thing that is a little off. A good example is one ear is cut half off. By sending in a few pictures we may be able to correct the ear. We will always try to use the one the first photo you send. 



The best light is always natural light or a well lit room. Try to avoid sending blurry, dark, and photos with a lot of shadows.


Only One Pet Per Photo

If you choose to have multiple pets on your item please try your best to send in separate photos of them.


Additional Photo Request

Sometimes we receive photos that are a little to blurry or we just can not get enough details from the picture. If this is the case we will reach out to you by email. 

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out at any time.