So here’s what we need…
Basically we want to emulate the fit that you prefer for your dog, and want to make sure we get it absolutely spot-on.
Tips for getting a good
Virtual Fitting shot
1. Enlist a helper!
3. Find the right background
Try to find a background that contrasts with your dog, so they pop against it versus blending in.
4. Get on the dog’s level
Yes, that means you will probably have to get down on your knees or some other equally unflattering position. If you have a small dog or it’s uncomfortable to get down to their level, then put your dog up on a table, counter, pedestal, etc. The key is to be on the same plane as the dog, not above or below.
5. Perfect Profile
The shot we need to work with is an exact side view of your dog. If it was a shadow then it would be a perfect silhouette. You shouldn’t be able to see any part of the dog’s chest/sternum, top of the head, or back of the neck. We know this is tricky, but you can do it! And this is where the helper really comes in handy.