Before you upload your photo to create a pet portrait, there are certain things you should consider:
The first and most important guideline - focus on the subject of your artwork, your pet. We will crop, zoom, and adjust the photo for you in order to get the best composition, but we can only work with what you give us. A good rule of thumb is that your pet should take up at least 50% percent of the image.
Another thing to keep in mind is the quality of your photo. Grainy photos will generally yield a more abstract pet portrait. If your aim is to get a pet portrait with a higher degree of realism, try to select a photo with minimal grain and blur.
Still not sure if your photo will make a good pet portrait? Take a look at these examples of good photos.
And here are some examples of bad photos that (probably) won't turn out well.
With that, you should be now ready to get started. The best place to start is by exploring the gallery. Find the pet portrait style that best suits your home decor while capturing your pets personality.Get started