Photographer Paul Octavious partnered with Chicago's largest no-kill animal shelter with his ResHue Dog series -- a colorful series of portraits which aimed to draw attention to the city's population of homeless dogs.
The visually striking images star a few of the shelter's long-time residents, including scruffy puppies and old mutts alike. Under the HUE lighting setup, these dogs appear as both glamorous and eye-catching, as their personalities are embodied with each shot.
Paul Octavious, the photographer behind this series has dedicated his time as a volunteer to help get these dogs adopted, and has been releasing the images of the eligible four-legged friends, through his personal Instagram, which has a following of over 559k individuals.
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