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Guide to Submitting Great Order Pictures

Check out our handy quick reference guide to submitting great order pictures when placing your Cuddles Clones order! 

Good Resolution vs. Bad Resolution dog photo

Use a Good Quality Camera

Make sure the camera has high enough resolution that can take photos of size 4 megapixels or larger. Upload the original size photo, do not resize.

 

Well Lit vs. Poorly Lit Dog PhotosEnsure Good Lighting 

It’s best to take photos in daylight, outdoor conditions. Avoid direct sunlight. Avoid evening times and dark shadows. Ensure correct exposure, so that the photos are neither too bright nor too dark. Avoid posing the pet on brightly colored backgrounds, try white or neutral surroundings. The color of bright objects, like a red carpet, reflects on the fur of the pet giving an incorrect color in the photo and on the model. Avoid using built-in flash.

 

 

 

Well Framed vs. Poorly Framed Dog PhotosFrame Correctly

Avoid long shots. Ensure that whole of the body is framed with little background around it. This utilizes the full resolution of the picture.

 

Well Posed vs. Poorly Posed Pet PhotosPose Correctly

Try to get the same pose in the photo in which you intend to have the model made.

 

 

Well Focused vs. Poorly Focused Cat PhotosEnsure Good Focus

Try to get a sharp focus, blurry photos don’t help. Use a tripod if available.

 

 

Close up of a striped cat tailSpecial Markings

If your pet has unique features, like rings on the tail or different colored eyes, its best to take a close up of it, so that these features can be captured accurately in the model.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Different angles of pet photos

Angles

Submit at least one picture of the following: Face, Back, Left Side, Right Side, Chest/Underbelly, and Tail.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Creating the most accurate representation of your beloved pet in stuffed animal form is extremely important to us. We hope you have found this guide on submitting great order pictures helpful when preparing your order, and if you have any other questions know that we are always here to answer your questions!

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