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Cue Camera welcomes Southampton’s pets


Here at Cue Camera we’re a bunch of animal lovers. In fact, when we’re not helping people create memorable moments in our photo studio we can often be found watching cat videos on YouTube or stroking strangers’ dogs in the local park.

That’s why we’ve decided to launch a brand-new competition for all the fellow pet fans out there called Woof Wednesdays.

Every Wednesday while our photo studio is open in Guildhall Square (December 8 to 31) we’ll be giving pet owners a chance to either win back the cost of their photo shoot or have another photo shoot with us for free.

While the name suggests it’s purely for dogs the competition is open to anyone who comes and has a photo shoot with their pet on a Wednesday. Whether you want to pose with your parrot, get your cat captured on camera or dress up with your dog, we want you to experience the fun of the Cue Camera photo studio.

All you need to do to take part is:

  • Come down to our pop-up photo studio in Guildhall Square between 10am-10pm any Wednesday from December 8 to 31 and take part in a photo shoot with your pet (prices start from £15 and you can book in advance or turn up on the day)
  • Have a super awesome time dressing up and posing for the camera (we even have props that pets can use)
  • Post your photo from your shoot on our Facebook wall or tag us in it on Twitter or Instagram using @CueCamera. Whichever you choose, be sure to use the hashtag #woofwednesdays
  • Keep an eye out on our social media channels the next day, when we’ll announce the winner.

If you’ve got an unusual pet (like a tarantula or a lizard) we’d advise calling or emailing us in advance just to pre-warn us. We love all animals but might get a shock if a crocodile waddles through our door!

Good luck in the competition and don’t forget to share your pictures using the hashtag #woofwednesdays and tag us with @CueCamera.

Because if there’s anything the Internet needs it’s more pictures of cats and dogs in fancy dress.