Do you want great photos of your pet, but are constantly disappointed by having to always have a leash in the photo? I have good news for you. You don't need to be a Photoshop Pro to fix it! In this tutorial I show you how you can quickly and easily remove a leash from your photos.
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I love taking our husky on our travels with us, when possible. The only thing is, most places require dogs to be on a leash. A leash can sometimes be an eye sore in photos. This quick and easy tip will help you get rid of that eye sore! Keep in mind that there are other methods to removing a leash, and this one works most of the time. It is not the only way, but it is the quickest and simplest. If you have a more complicated photo with a lot going on in the background this tip may not work for that photo. However, I encourage you to try it anyway and see how it works.
This tool is also great for removing stray hairs, or blemishes on faces.
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This is my go to way of editing. I always start here and move to more detailed editing if this doesn't work. I really hope it has helped you to edit better and quicker. If you have never retouched a photo before, I hope it has helped you to see that YOU CAN DO IT!
Did you try it? I would love to hear about it! Let me know in the comments below!
Hi! I'm Lyndsey.
I am the artist behind iystudios. I have loved photography for as long as I can remember. Believe it or not, it all started with a disposable camera. Yes, disposable!
Flashback about 30 years and you will find me as a toddler taking my first selfie before the world even knew what a selfie was. I still have the photo. It's not pretty. You probably will never see it online, but it does exist. I have come along way since then!
I have worked hard at perfecting my craft and learning all I can about photography and design. I have spent most of my years behind the camera and you will rarely see me in front of the camera, if ever.
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