Before & After | Removing leashes from pet photos
When people walk into my downtown gallery and see the walls covered in pet portraits, they almost always ask me how I keep the dogs still. Because I'm an animal lover first, and a photographer second, a pet's safety is always my top priority during a session. About 95% of the time, dogs are leashed when I'm photographing them. Removing the leashes in Photoshop can be time consuming work, but it's worth it to keep your dogs safe. Here's a fun before and after so you can get a better idea! In this case, my assistant was holding a few leashes on one side, while the owners were holding leashes on the other. I must admit, it helped that these 4 dogs were calm and stayed in place. That's not always the case, but I can work with the squirmy ones, too!
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