Dog photographer, Liz Greer, donates her time photographing available adoptees at The Milo Foundation in Richmond, CA. Liz told us, “Every bit really helps in getting these animals the forever homes that they deserve.” She used Pure White Seamless Paper for her last adoption session to photograph these fun furry friends!
“I recently made the switch to Savage Seamless Paper as the variety of colors that you provide make it easier to make our shelter pets stand out.”
Pet photographer Rick Vierkandt of Bark Gallery recently had the opportunity to volunteer his professional photo services for Wagging Tails Rescue in Las Vegas, NV.
Normally, we post galleries lots of cats and dogs up for adoption and we tend to forget about all the other amazing animals up for adoption as well!
Our Project Pet Portraits is aimed to match volunteer photographers with a professional studio background for pet adoption photographs and animal rescue shelters across the US. This month we had the wonderful opportunity to have pet photographer, Tanya Hopkins, shoot on our Rustic Seamless Paper for a recent adoption weekend with Humane League of Lancaster County.
We are excited to announce that Savage Universal is now partnering with HeARTs Speak to offer support to animal shelter organizations nationwide!
I had my All-American Pet Photo Day mini sessions this weekend with the Savage Whitewash Floor Drop. It was INCREDIBLE! The print hid the dirt and proved to be a HUGE time-saver in post-production — no cleaning up dirty floors!
A big part of my life’s work is to put some good back into the world. Being an animal photographer and animal-adoption advocate, I naturally gravitate toward wanting to help shelters and rescues. On the most basic level, you can volunteer at the shelter or foster for the rescue but as business owners, we have a really unique opportunity to do even more good! Here are a few really simple ways YOU can make a difference!
If you love animals as much as I do, you want to see every single one of them find a loving forever home. Sometimes an animal will come into a rescue or shelter and find a home immediately but sometimes they’re not so lucky. A great way to help homeless pets is to donate your time and talent to an animal rescue or shelter to photograph their adoptable animals.
Allow us to introduce two adorable foster puppies who recently found “fur-ever” homes thanks in part to photographer Lisa Jennings and the New York PawSafe Rescue.