by Caleb Goellner

How to Replace a Sky in Photoshop

When it comes to editing your digital photos, the sky's the limit with Photoshop and your Wacom tablet. The gurus at Phlearn know this all too well, and have taken the notion to its literal conclusion with a tutorial showing how you can transform the very atmosphere of your digital photos.

Replacing your photo's sky won't just alter a single image, but also inform how you think about replacing background elements in any digital composite. The considerations in this tutorial will help train your brain to recognize the way lighting plays across a landscape, which lends itself to a variety of projects using Photoshop's tools. 

Sneak Peek: In this video you'll learn how to identify proper light behavior, size composite images, select color ranges, work with layer masks, adjust color information using curves functionality, alter color gradients, edit color balance, edit hue and saturation, and more.

Learn how to replace the sky in your own images using Photoshop below:

 

 

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