Editing Toolbox: Leash Removal Tips for PhotoshopMar 04, 2022
By Charlotte Reeves
Leash removal is probably the most common editing task that pet photographers do on a daily basis, but is the technique you're currently using the most efficient one?
In this video, I share my technique for leash removal in Photoshop (and why NOT to use Lightroom) using various selection tools paired up with Content-Aware Fill, leaving the other tools like Clone Stamp and Patch for the "clean-up" job 🧹 rather than the heavy lifting. 💪🏻
I'll also share a few pro tips for making the whole process a lot easier with a bit of foresight in the shooting stage!
Just another collection of handy tips to add to your pet photography editing toolbox!
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