In this tutorial video watch how as I show you how to use the Luminar Sky Replacement tool in Photoshop. The update of Luminar 4.2 has a cool new feature called the Sky Replacement tool. Using the program you can completely replace the sky in your image with a sky from Luminar's library, or alternatively, one of your own sky images. The amazing thing about this is that the software AI masks and places the sky for you. But it does not stop there. You can also manually refine the effect if you do not have the results you want. You can move the horizon of the sky around the image whilst it is still completely masked behind your foreground. You can also fake depth of field by blurring the background. In this video, I show how to use the feature on three different images of mine.
This feature is great for beginners who want to ease their way into compositing, or photographers who want to give their images more of an artistic flare. The feature is very easy to use with just a dialog box and a few sliders. Check out the video and let me know what you think.