One of the key editing techniques you need to have in your toolkit when you photograph dogs is how to remove a leash in post. There are probably a million different ways you can remove a leash, and in today’s video I’m going to show you one of my favorite techniques.
Like I said, there are a million different ways you can approach this, and this one just happens to be one of my favorites. If you have any tips you would like to share about how you remove leashes please leave a comment for me.
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P.P.S. – Here are links to the leashes I mention in the video. The show lead is more for in studio, or at least at a location that is more contained. The retractable leash is for on location, and it is a heavy duty leash that can work for small, medium and large dogs.