Following on from my leash removal video tutorials that deal with simple and complex techniques to deal with editing out the leash in dog photos, I decided to share a similar but more complex job of removing the lead rope in a horse photography image.
The difference with lead ropes is they often hang down from behind the horse's nose and hence sit behind long whiskers, which can be hard to restore once the lead rope has been removed.
I share a couple of techniques, including a brand new one I have only just discovered!
The tools I mostly use are Photoshop CS6's Patch Tool, Spot Healing Brush Tool, Clone Stamp Tool and Selections.
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