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Sky replacement is an essential technique that every photographer should know. Sometimes the sky isn’t quite what you want in a scene, but you only have one chance to take the picture, and that’s where sky replacement can dramatically change a photo.
In this nearly 1-hour video tutorial, Nick Page walks you through exactly how to do this technique and use it on any type of photography (landscape, portrait, night, etc) using only Photoshop and Lightroom.
This tutorial is suitable for photographers of all skill levels.
7 HD Video Lessons Each lesson teaches you a new technique for replacing the sky in any photo.
Over 20 RAW Backgrounds! Get background raw files you can use for ANY purpose (commercial or personal)!
Download and Keep Forever The videos and raw files are yours to download and keep forever. Watch them on any device, as often as you like, for years to come.
In this introduction, you’ll learn more about why we replace skies in photos and a general walk-through of the process.
Just slapping a sky on a photo rarely yields realistic results. Nick walks you through how to properly prepare a file for replacement so you get the cleanest possible photo.
For those who are brand new to sky replacement or at an intermediate level, this video gives you an overview of the selection process, mostly using the quick selection tool in Photoshop.
One of the most common mistakes made when replacing a sky is not properly stylizing the overall composite in Lightroom after the replacement. Learn how Nick makes his sky composites look real in this video.
A sky replacement is relatively simple in most situations, but often the sky replacement is far more complex. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to make complex selections for the more challenging replacements.
When the foreground is dark and the sky is bright (or vice-versa), it can be very challenging to do a sky replacement. Nick shows you an example of how to fix this common problem.
Nick shows you how he blended the photo of an engaged couple taken in the evening with a night photo of the milky way for an incredibly dramatic portrait. You’ll receive a few milky way raw files that you can use to create a similar technique in your own portraits.
All 7 videos are included for one low price in this tutorial.
About Nick Page
Nick Page is one of the most prolific photographers in the United States. He runs a successful wedding and portrait photography business full-time, and spends his free time chasing landscapes around the northwest. Nick is the co-host of the Portrait Session Podcast, Improve Photography Podcast, and Tripod: The nature photography show, as well as a frequent contributor to the Photo Taco Podcast.