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When would a pet photo be worth the time and expense in having an artistic rendition accomplished? You may ask these questions?
1. Who would likely be viewing the art?
2. Where would the art be show displayed?
3. What does the art represent?
Here are a few delivered by email from different sources. When choosing the best image you would enjoy seeing displayed in your office or home it should tell a story. This would be a great intro into any conversation and bring any memories of the photo taken.
Does this tell the audience a story? This is a good photo and one the artist can be sure to deliver and more than likely, the customer will be pleased with the results. The eyes are not opened, but the story behind the photo is what we are after. The outdoor light and the “Ducks Unlimited” tells me they are training hard for the day they will be out and catching them “Ducks”. But for now we are resting for the next training day.
For this one we are waiting for the next bus or train? Maybe the dog’s owner is arriving soon by train or bus. This photo tells an interesting story as well, for the artist to create a product the customer would enjoy would keep the bench in the photo and add a different background. A bus or train in the distance or just the dog on the bench. A close up photo of the head in the same position or a photo of both eyes in view would give the artist extra detail in the painting. If the photographer photographed the surrounding area and extra shoots of the head and eyes, we could produce the art most owners would enjoy having in their home and or office. Maybe even having a Christmas card with the pet under the tree or in front of a fire place. The challenge to the Artist is the Hair.