No Helper? No Problem! Solo Tips for Great Shelter Pet Photos

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Camera: check! Extra battery: check! Cloth to wipe dog drool off lens: check! Treats, squeaky toys, catnip: check! Helper: umm…nope. Welcome to the day-to-day reality for many of us: we want the best photo possible for our animals but we may only have ourselves to 1) movethe animals to and from their kennels, 2) potty…

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Adoption Status Stamp Image Overlays

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Nothing feels better than a big ‘adopted’ or ‘rescued’ stamp on an image of a shelter pet! Use this image embellishment to show off your recent happily-ever-afters, advertise bonded pairs or fostered animals, or those still looking for love. Set includes: ‘Rescued’, ‘Adopted’, ‘Adopt Me’, ‘Bonded Pair’, ‘Fostered’, and ‘Rescue Me’. Need a quick how-to…

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Writing Great Pet Bios: The ‘Interview’

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If photos are the cheese, then a memorable, engaging bio is most definitely the macaroni in promoting an adoptable pet! They’re a powerful duo — photos cutting through the clutter of busy newsfeeds to spark an unforgettable first impression, while a bio provides the details that motivate a potential adopter to put wheels in motion.…

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The Perfect Exposure Project Goes Westward!

KICKING OFF OUR 2017 SERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND TRAINING WORKSHOPS IN THE BAY AREA   There’s something magical that happens when diverse organizations get together to problem-solve and learn. The Perfect Exposure Project (PEP) is a program that focuses on bringing together multiple organizations within a community in order to learn about maximizing resources, space,…

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