Bold, Bright and Beautiful Pet Portraits

Rosa Grayson 


In order for me to give you the best result, it's necessary to send me a clear image of your pet.

For best results, try to follow these guidelines: 


Avoid an extremely bright, sunny day (this may create too many dark shadows on your pet) but also a very overcast day as the true colours of your pet may not be visible.

Take the photo outside without flash or near a large window in daylight.

It's best to shoot the photograph with your back to the sun.

Get down to the pet's level to take the photo, and try to get them to face the camera, depending on which angle you prefer.

Try to take the photo as close to your pet as possible, keeping in focus of course, as having clear detail will help me make the painting more authentic.