Sarolta Bán is on a mission to make all shelter animals seen -- so she's creating images of them that are impossible to ignore.
The 31-year-old from Budapest, Hungary, specializes in digital photo manipulation. With her project, "Help Dogs with Images," she's hoping to bring attention to shelter animals that otherwise would not find families.
"There is a [low chance] for shelter animals to get adopted because they get little visibility," Bán told The Huffington Post in an email. "That's why it's a really great idea that everybody can be a hero with a single iPhone if they take a picture of a shelter dog, and upload it to the Internet."
From now through March 31, Bán is accepting user-submitted photographs of abandoned animals who need a home, so she can continue to grow her project. You can submit high-resolution photos here.
Below are a few images from Bán's series. To view her full project, you can visit her website here.
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