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Annual Halloween Photo Event 2020

Microchipping services for pets in South Tampa FL

Our annual Halloween party and photo event. It's the event we look forward to every single year. We know lots of you look forward to it, too. In a normal year, we snap photos of more than 60 pets throughout the day- then work all weekend on editing the photos from the event. As you know- 2020 is anything but normal. So, we need to make some changes to this year's event.

In order to keep everyone safe and healthy, we're asking that you take your pet's photo this year- and send it to us. We'll do all of the editing- and still provide you with a keepsake Halloween photo. We'll even have a photo contest with prizes for the best photo and costume! While we can't celebrate this event together, we can still capture the spirit of Halloween and share it while keeping everybody safe.

Here's how it will work:

  1. Follow the tips on taking a great photo of your pet (see below)
  2. Take some photos of your pet- then choose the best one. (be patient, some pets don't like to sit still for photos)
  3. Upload your pet's photo using the form on this page below
  4. Keep an eye on social media for your pet's photo (we'll email you when it's done)

Tips on taking a great photo of your pet:

  1. Costumes are optional, so don't worry if you don't have one!
  2. Make sure you have plenty of light. Dark settings don't work well, even with a flash.
  3. Use your camera's flash.
  4. Try using a solid colored background, like a bedsheet. This makes the photo easier to edit.
  5. If a solid colored background isn't available, make sure the background isn't too crowded with distracting objects.
  6. Make sure there are no sources of light behind your pet like windows or lights.
  7. If you have multiple pets, take photos of them one at a time.
  8. Take photos of your pets only. Do not include yourself or other people.
  9. Get on the floor with your pet for the best angle and perspective.
  10. Get as close as you can to your pet, while still getting all of your pet into the frame.

Example Of A Good Photo:

Too Dark:

Too Far Away: