30 Days of Photoshop – Day 28

The Sky Replacement Tool

An introduction to the Sky Replacement Tool in Photoshop

There’s seems to be a lot of interest in Sky Replacement software at the moment.

Some of Photoshop’s competitors (Luminar in particular) have made a big selling-point of how easily their software adds skies to your photos.

Adobe have not been daunted by this and have gone on to produce a very good solution themselves, giving users excellent tools to personalise their adjustments in order to fine-tune the results to suit their needs.

In this tutorial I will add skies to two very different images, each with their own issues.


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Kevin Ahronson

Kevin is a full-time professional photographer and has been teaching photography since 2009. He founded the Hampshire School of Photography where he runs photography workshops and gives one to one mentoring to photographers at all levels, from complete beginners through to those who want to turn professional

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