MyCrownpet

HOW IT WORKS

 

COMBINATION

You can choose any combination of canvas to decorate your wall according to the width of your wall.
 

ABOUT SIZE

We’ve put together a few size combination you require to get the best portrait combination possible…

 Square


 

 

 Vertical version

  

 

 

Horizontal version

 

If you have any other questions, you can always email us at mycrownpet@ownercs.com 

IMAGE SPECIFICATIONS

We’ve put together a few guidelines you need to follow to get the best portrait possible…

• Photo’s at your pets eye level work best.
• Needs to include their head in full i.e. no ears cropped off etc.
• Photos without filters are preferred.
• You do not need a professional picture. Phone pictures work great too.

LIGHT

Lighting key points

Taking the picture outside will not work. But if you are... make sure the sun is behind you (the camera person). It will not work if the sun is behind the dog or at high noon.
If you are taking the picture in the house. The sun or light still needs to be behind you or shut the shades/drapes. Turn on all the lights in the room you are taking the picture in. If it still too dim use your flash.

BAD EXAMPLES

The light source is from behind and blows out the right side of the face.
The light is on the right side of the face. The dark is on the left.

GOOD EXAMPLES

Dog PortraitsThe eyes looking straight ahead. The dog is not looking up or down at you.
The nose level points down not up.
You can see a shadow under the chin.
There are no shadows on the left or right side of the face. One side of the face is darker than the other.

Cat PortraitThe eyes looking straight ahead. The dog is not looking up or down at you.
The nose level points down not up.
You can see a shadow under the chin.
There are no shadows on the left or right side of the face. One side of the face is darker than the other.

POSITION

If you are standing and taking a picture of your fur baby on the floor and they are looking up at this will not work.

  1. Images need to be front facing. (Not you looking down at your pet and your pet looking up.)
    • An easy way is to have your pet sit on the couch or bed.
  2. Give your dog a treat to sit still. Cats wait until they are a sleep and then wake them up to get the picture.
  3. We want to focus on the face.
  4. Don't get too close or the nose will look to big.

Perspective

If you have any other questions, you can always email us at mycrownpet@ownercs.com