Put pastel coral colors on the neck of a bearded lizard and leave it on a custom photographer backdrop. Dangle it in weird mossy green with yellow bat ears. Look into the mother of pearl armor of a
lizard with long curled spines. Paint the leopard spots of a gecko against a brown forest floor. Put a brilliant teal and emerald lizard on a twig of bamboo, or give an iguana a little crown and a mantle. Look into the orange spokes of a lizard’s turquoise eye. Look up at a lizard silhouetted on top of a green leaf. Have a lizard fly through the air, its copper collar flared against green trees, its mouth wide in a toothy snarl. Bring something really different to your shot with a soft blue lizard on the green leaves of a yellow tulip.
Put turquoise bat ears on a lime lizard and stripe its pale green legs with apricot as it clutches a bumpy branch on a custom photo backdrop. Look at the grooved chin of a lizard fish, or let a green lizard crouch atop a palm frond. Leave a giant lizard on a chestnut leather sofa, the picture of decadence against a crumbling brick wall. Bring a court jester in a mustard costume to your studio or the silver chin skin of an emerald lizard. From a golden gecko licking its lips at the sight of a fly to a neon tropical fish out of water, bring lizards into your shot with custom size backdrops.