Would you like to share your cute or funny animal photo(s) with the world? C’mon, spread the love!
Quality photos are necessary:
We want your beloved critter to showcase themselves well, so here are some TIPS:
- Use a camera with 4.0 mega pixels or higher (no scanned or cell phone pictures).
- Images that are at least 500 pixels wide work best (the higher the better).
- Showcase the animal’s personality (playing, sleeping, expressions).
- Use an un-cluttered, solid-color background with very little texture or patterns.
- Don’t include people or parts of people in the photo.
- Lighting: for best results, use natural daylight without a flash. No red eyes.
- Most appealing: close-up, at eye level, with the animal looking at the camera.
- Sorry, no blurry photos.
- When in doubt, TAKE MORE PHOTOS! The more quality photos we have to choose from, the better your chances are at being featured.
- The photographer’s name or a web link for attribution purposes
- Animal’s name (if applicable)
- The photo(s) or a web address for your photo
- Suggested caption or cute factoid about the animal (optional)
Email your photo(s) to: Jen (at) puppiesareprozac (dot) com (Replace the (at) and (dot) first. We love animals, but not spam bots! )
Legal mumbo-jumbo: By sending us your photos or movie links you are agreeing that you own your photo and you are letting us use it. Puppies Are Prozac reserves the right to publish your submission at our own discretion. We also reserve the right to use and modify submissions as standard procedure. When you submit materials, you are granting us the right to a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, fully sub-licensable, exclusive right to use, reproduce, modify, translate, adapt, publish, create derivative works from, distribute, perform, display, and delete such content in other works in any form, media or technology now known or hereafter developed. You represent and warrant that you have all of these rights to grant to us and that no other rights from any third party will be necessary.
Copyright Policy: Copyrights belong to the photographer, artist, writer or other entity who created the photograph, artwork, writing or other work. Such person or entity is listed in a post where the identity of such person or entity is ascertainable and where such attribution is possible. Where the identity of the photographer, artist, writer or other entity is unknown, the website or other source from which the work was obtained is listed, or the original source is identified as “unknown.” Copyrights in these instances belong to the original creator of the photograph, artwork, writing or other work. Please contact us if you own the copyright to any of these works and you would like the post to be removed or if you would like attribution for the work.