Replacing a Sky in Photoshop
Replacing a Sky in Photoshop is an Advanced level tutorial on Photography, crafted by an expert, Seán Duggan. This tutorial is an important step for an individual who needs to excel in his/her Photography talent. It gives you a strong understanding on Masking + Compositing, Photography, Photoshop, Masking + Compositing, Photography and Photoshop.
It’s a common scenario: Everything about a photo works, except for the sky. Maybe it’s overexposed because of the way your camera metered. Or maybe it’s just bland.
Not to worry. With Photoshop you can replace a sky that doesn’t work with one that does. In this course, photographer, author, and educator Seán Duggan shows you how to perform this common compositing task. You’ll see examples of sky replacements that don’t work, and then learn how to create ones that do. Get a photographer’s insight on masking, lighting, and blending adjustments naturally into the background of an existing photo.
- Masking, lighting, and perspective
- Correcting a blown-out sky with HDR exposures
- Shooting replacement images
- Using masks, blend modes, and adjustments layers