Pit Bull Picture Project

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Project Start Date: August 26th, 2016

 

 

 

Let’s Picture Pit Bulls Differently

Pit Bulls are constantly pictured in a bad light, but for what reason? Is it stories we hear in the news? Is it how they are portrayed in movies or is it an all around misunderstanding of a wonderful breed? Anyone who has ever owned or been around a Pit Bull, they’ll tell you, it’s because of a misunderstanding.

The goal of this project is to change that. Let’s change how Pit Bulls are pictured, they’re not this horrible breed that no one wants. Pit Bull is actually a classification, not a breed. Breeds that fall under Pit Bull are American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bully, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier, The American Bulldog and the Bull Terrier (standard and miniature) are also sometimes included.


The Project

In order to change how Pit Bulls are pictured, we literally need to do just that. We need to show off their loving, adorable and beautiful personalities. As a Pet Photographer, I can make that happen, but I need your help.

I’ll photograph Pit Bulls in ways most people have never seen and publish the photos on a website where their owners can refer their friends to. The website will have adoptable Pit Bulls from all over. Look out for the website to launch in early 2017.

Various Adoption Campaigns

Advertising is expensive. Money raised from this campaign will be used to promote Pit Bull adoption. In order to measure impact, multiple marketing tactics will be used to track adoptions associated by this project.

Interested in having your Pit Bull photographed and/or receiving project updates? Please fill out the form below the photos.

By filling out the form, you’re signing up for Pit Bull Picture Project updates. At this time, Photo Shoots will be done in Tampa, FL, unless otherwise noted.

Questions?

Contact me at adam@agoldphoto.com.


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