Sky Replacement Photoshop CC Tutorial

Sky Replacement Photoshop CC Tutorial

SKY REPLACEMENT EFFECT IN PHOTOSHOP CC! | Check out how I like to attack an image to create a complex selection of the sky and then drag in a new sky and blend it in place using layers and blend modes.

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In this Photoshop tutorial, we will walk through the full process of dragging a new sky into an image and creating a very complex selection of the existing sky to isolate it and fill it with the new sky. I’ll also show you how to use the blend modes and multiple layers to create an effect that can change the way any photograph looks.

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48 replies
  1. Alex Cisneros
    Alex Cisneros says:

    PLEASE START SHARING THE IMAGES YOU USE IN YOUR TUTORIALS!!! YOU USED TO BE GOOD AT THAT!!! PLEASE GO BACK TO DOING THAT!!!

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  2. SHIROKOV photography
    SHIROKOV photography says:

    Hey! Very interesting tutorial! I did some before and after examples video. Check it out please on my channel. Realy important your opinion. Thanks!

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  3. Ryan Raymond
    Ryan Raymond says:

    What’s going on with the colour grading in your video dude, you’ve got no saturation and a weird hazy shade of green? Good video as always cheers 👍👍

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  4. Marcio Rihass
    Marcio Rihass says:

    It would be very nice if photographers put edited with photoshop or something when they upload pictures like this. Sure it’s pretty, but picture taken by blablabla photographer is a little bit weird considering the final result has very little from the picture taken.

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  5. Catarina DK
    Catarina DK says:

    Cool 😀 But I think the reflection in the glas in the Mitel of the building, should have been a bit orange, and not grayish 🙂

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  6. quiperiltubo
    quiperiltubo says:

    For some reason when I use the brush tool in order to get a better image selection, my image gets painted instead of doing what you explained. Could you help me?

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  7. Sayed Losser
    Sayed Losser says:

    love u bro but the same prior problem am facing already right now with your this video such i faced on your last video
    u know right we are foreigners and understanding only your some points because of your fast talking

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  8. Marc Herrmann
    Marc Herrmann says:

    Hi Nathaniel, do you think that this replacement could have been facilitated by using "Blend If" applied to the blue channel, rather than fiddling with the different (luminance) masks? Or did the sky not contain enough blue information for this approach to work?

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  9. R Garlin
    R Garlin says:

    Gotta say I was a bit wide-eyed-skeptical until you added the LUT, and the ACR adjustment, and the final levels….then all was good, good, good!😁

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  10. Peter Winter
    Peter Winter says:

    just a perfect tutorial !!! thank you so much, was struggling each and every time with architecture renderings and a neat sky… have to try your solutions 🙂 greetings from berlin

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