HOW TO UPLOAD: You have to be a member to upload photos. (but don’t worry, it’s free to be a member and we do not spam you!)
Just click the UPLOAD PHOTOS link below each gallery section. You have to be inside one of the sections. If you don’t see the link below the photos, refresh your page. Once you upload, we will need to approve your photo(s) first. We check uploaded photos once or twice a week, so it could be a few days before you see your photos in the gallery. If your photos are too blurry or lighting is too dark and we are unable to correct the photos ourselves, then we will be unable to approve the upload.
Don’t forget to add your bunny’s name in the description.
TIPS TO GET THE BEST IMAGES:
- Keep camera close by and easily accessable. You don’t want to miss a picture perfect moment by digging through stuff or looking throughout the house for the camera.
- Prevent dark pictures: Position yourself so the brightest light source is behind you.
- Get down on all fours. Bunny faces are so cute, and they are best seen when you are down at their level.
- Take tons of pictures. The best gems are found this way.
- Make sure light is bright and/or use the flash. This helps the camera focus, preventing blurred action.
- Since many digital cameras can have a slight delay, look to see if your digicamera has the option of locking focus, so that when you take the picture, it clicks right away. For example, with mine, to lock the focus I push the shutter button down half way and wait for the action. As soon as I see a binky, I press it down the rest of the way and it captures the action right away.
- The bunny500: The best way to catch a focused picture of your bunny on the run is to pan with the action – basically track it with the camera and click away.
- Binky Catcher: Some bunnies begin to get that excited look prior to binkies or they binky at a certain time of day or when they are let out into a big space. During this time, just start aiming the camera. For digital cameras lock down the focus if yours has that option, and of course make sure to have the flash ready.
Biggest tip – be patient and don’t get discouraged if you miss it over and over. It’s like fishing. The big catch will happen!