First, thanks for looking and offering up your knowlege. Secondly, this is not for personal gain. I do volunteer work at my local animal shelter and I am tasked with gathering information on for $$$ making ideas for future events. Our largest event will be in November.... yes, that's 10 months off. The main event drew ~600 people with pets this past year. We want to capitalize on that and exceed donations this year. That's one of the reasons to think in advance. The event is touted as Mutt Strut and the emphasis is on fun, movement of people and animals through the "yellow brick road" (consisting of vendors and exhibitions) and generating profits for the shelter. One of my brainstorming contributions was to have the photographers of the day (of varying skill levels) to take photos of the trials events and of pet portraits (in a designated booth) and have the patrons go to a website and purchase their portraits on-line with the payee being the shelter. There was a secondary idea to have prints done on site, but I fear quality issues if this is done. How is this feasible? Is there a better way for this to be accomplished? Where do I need to look for this to come to fruition? As a further note, I was thinking that the adoptees (during normal times) could be offered a free sitting for a pet portrait...... and again they could purchase prints on-line for X amount per print. Any assistance, links, what to be aware of's, etc is greatly appreciated. I may not have written this up the best with the first draft, so more explanation will follow if necessary. But you guys are pretty clever and probably know in which direction I'm headed. Thanks in advance.