Video Tutorial: How to Replace the Sky in Photoshop

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In today’s video tutorial we’re going to take a look at a few different methods of replacing the sky within a photograph. You know how it is, you capture a great shot, but the weather at that particular moment results in a lacklustre grey, overcast sky in the background. With just a few simple steps you can replace the sky with much more interesting clouds and colours to enhance the sunset vibe or create a moody atmosphere. I’ll first show you the old-fashioned technique of manually selecting the sky, but Photoshop[1] now has a built-in Sky Replacement feature that does the job in one click. Stick around until the end and I’ll also show you a great toolkit you can use to build your own custom skies.

How to Replace the Sky in Photoshop to Make Your Photos Look EPIC!

Assets used

Sky Builder

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► Red and White house photo – https://spoon.graphics/3rzafvV
► First donor sky photo – https://spoon.graphics/3dgBqXo
► New York photo – https://spoon.graphics/31sc0k9
► Second donor sky photo – https://spoon.graphics/3czYlO0
► House photo – https://spoon.graphics/31wN1fA[2][3][4][5][6][7]

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References

  1. ^ Photoshop (spoon.graphics)
  2. ^ http://spoon.graphics/skybuilder (spoon.graphics)
  3. ^ https://spoon.graphics/3rzafvV (spoon.graphics)
  4. ^ https://spoon.graphics/3dgBqXo (spoon.graphics)
  5. ^ https://spoon.graphics/31sc0k9 (spoon.graphics)
  6. ^ https://spoon.graphics/3czYlO0 (spoon.graphics)
  7. ^ https://spoon.graphics/31wN1fA (spoon.graphics)
  8. ^ Subscribe to the Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel (www.youtube.com)
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