Grey To Blue Sky
We bring a bit of blue into the grey sky by emulating a blue gradient filter. We even try to stick a few clouds on it.
Creating Deep Blue Sky
Get a deep blue sky in your photos without using the circular polarizing filter. Most of us might just already know that to get a deep blue beautiful sky with white and stand out clouds we must use a circular polarizer...
Darker Blue Sky
Adobe Photoshop Image Retouch Tutorial: How to alter the color of the blue sky in your photograph
Professional Blue-Grey Layout
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Create a nice professional blue-grey layout.
Remove Blue Sky Color Cast
In this tutorial you will learn a non-destructive technique to change the blue sky color cast that you see a lot on white cothing.
Fix the Blown Out Sky
Adobe Photoshop Tutorial: Get the sky as blue as you remember it was.
Sky Photography Tips and Techniques
How many beautiful nature pictures have we all seen with little or none of the sky-scape? You may think of the sky as only some unavoidable background for most of your nature photo subject matter, and the more blue it is, the better. Well guess what? Mother Nature has a treasure trove of eye catching possibilities up, overhead if you only take the time to have a look and know what to look for.
Use Photoshop to Add Some Cloud
Sometimes a blue sky is lovely, especially when you’re trying to get a tan but sometimes you may want to add some clouds to that perfect sky – it may make things more interesting.
How to Replace a Sky in Photoshop
If you’re wondering how to replace a sky in photoshop, choosing the correct sky to composite into your photo is the most important step in compositing a sky. There are a few different factors you will want to keep in mind when looking for a new sky.
Sky Photo Adjustment
This tutorial explain how to lighten and brighten the sky in a photo. There are 2 modes we can create a polarized sky: Open the image you want to apply the polarized sky...
Simple Sky Replacement for Photographers
As a photographer there are a few techniques that you need to master, for example replacing a sky. In this tutorial you are shown how to take a sky from one photo and fit it in a different one.
Replacing The Sky In A Photo
In this Photoshop tutorial, we'll learn how to easily replace the sky in a photo! We'll use a basic selection tool and a layer mask to separate the sky from the area below it, then we'll learn how Photoshop's Advanced Blending sliders make it easy to hide the original sky so the new sky can takes its place!
Replace the Sky
In this Photoshop tutorial we’ll learn how to replace the sky in Photoshop. When we capture photos, usually something is not looking good inside the picture. Very often the sky is underexposed or overexposed. Sometimes it may be dull or boring. With this easy technique you can replace any sky in minutes.
How to Replace a Sky
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how easy it is to use Photoshop to replace the sky of one photo with the sky from another. This may just be to make a photo more interesting, but it could also save a photo with an underexposed sky that is pure white in parts.
How to Replace the Sky in a Photo
Capturing an interesting sky in your photographs can have a great effect on the overall image. What if you're taking pictures and there's simply no beautiful sky to be had? The good news is that you can replace the sky using Photoshop, and that's exactly what this tutorial is going to teach you how to do.
In photos, the sky can often look muted and washed out due to over exposure. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to bring back definition and add drama to your sky.
How To Create A Dramatic Sky With Photoshop
In photos, the sky can regularly look muted and beaten up due to over exposure. On this tutorial you’ll learn to restore definition and add drama on your sky.
Custom brushes and layers : Create fireballs and explosions
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to transform a fairly typical road-trip image - with a big blue sky and wide-open spaces - into an apocalyptic battle scene, complete with tanks, guns, parachutists and a hail of incoming missiles.
Of course, changing the colour of the sky and pasting in tanks and other elements is the easy bit: things get trickier when it comes to creating the smoke and explosions.
How to Replace the Sky in a Photo
Capturing an interesting sky in your photographs can have a great effect on the overall image. What if you're taking pictures and there's simply no beautiful sky to be had? This tutorial will teach you how to replace a boring sky in Photoshop with one that's much more interesting.
In this tutorial I'll learn you also how to design a basic logo to insert in the card.