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Headshots are Important…for Everyone!

Just as headshots can be crucial for people with jobs in modeling, acting, or even business; headshots are just as important for animals seeking work! One of the most basic steps in getting your animal into advertising photo shoots is to get them a great head shot. The better their photograph looks, the more likely they are to get chosen by the art director of the job. A photograph with good lighting that shows the animal’s face and body is a good bet. We photographed our friend Ilson’s (owner of Samba Restaurant in Montclair) Boston Terrier, Bella. The image shows her fit body stature and lovable face.

Who could say no to casting that face?

 

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Good casting guarantees great shots

Photographing two cats interacting can be problematic

if you have the wrong subjects. But breeder Brenda Flahault’s kitten

Heidi and famous champion Sonoma made it easy for us.

We put them on a comfy bed, spread tuna juice on

Sonoma and Heidi did the rest!

Find all our photography on these new litter packages

in Petsmart this month.

Pick one up to make your cat’s potty time a happy one!

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