Camera’s for Change: Second Chance Photos

Love pets?  Love photography?  You’ll love Second Chance Photos.

Yesterday, I profiled some of professional pet photographer Seth Casteel’s underwater dog shots.  Seth’s photos bring a fresh perspective and a knack for capturing those winning doggy (and kitty) smiles.  But what is just as impressive are his efforts to help shelter animals find their adoptive homes.

Seth is the founder of Second Chance Photos, a website dedicated to saving the lives of homeless pets through photography.  Not only does Seth practice what he preaches, but through this website, he can teach you how to pick up a camera and make a difference for shelter animals in need.

The website provides tips on volunteering, photographing shelter animals, and even marketing and editing the photos.  It’s a great tool for anyone with a camera and an interest in helping pets.  I love that Second Chance Photos is not just about Seth’s own work, but it’s also about empowering others to make a difference.  It’s awesome!

So what are you waiting for?  Go check out Second Chance Photos now!  (And check out that smiling cutie pie on the front page of the website… Too sweet for words.) Volunteer at your local shelter – help find animals new homes, and along the way you can even develop the skills to shoot better photos of your own beloved pet friends.

For more on Seth and his work, go to LittleFriendsPhoto.com

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5 Responses to Camera’s for Change: Second Chance Photos

  1. Mel says:

    I met you at the CCI Puppy Summer Sundays earlier this summer. I have followed your blog since then. I spent over an hour looking at both this Second Chance web site as well as Seth Casteel’s dog photography web site. What a blessing this man is. And what a difference it would make in the world if even a few people took Seth up on his workshops and then spent just an hour or two a month at a local shelter helping improve the chances that dogs (and I assume other animals) would get adopted. What a great idea!

  2. rumpydog says:

    they do some awesome work for sure!

  3. Benny & Lily says:

    sounds cool. we loved the pictures yesterday
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  4. I think using your photographic talents to showcase awesome adoptable animals is a really neat idea. I first heard of the idea a few months ago becasue Fetching Images out of Houston does the same thing https://www.facebook.com/YouDidWhatWithYourWeiner#!/fetchingimagesphoto. I am not a super good photographer but I have thought about offering ny services to the rescue I got Gretel from.

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