Three Simple Methods To Improve Sky In Photoshop Premium class

DENIS LEMAY, Photographer

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4 Videos (25m)
    • Introduction

      1:41
    • A More Dramatic Sky

      5:47
    • Blending Sky Using Gradient Tool

      7:00
    • Replacing Dull Sky With New Sky

      10:38

About This Class

An interesting sky is almost as important to a landscape photo as the land beneath it. If the sky lacks interest or is improperly exposed, it can take away from the overall quality of the image. So what’s the secret to capturing those stunning and eye catching skies we see in the work of our favorite landscape photographers? While there’s really no secret formula, there are a handful of things we can do. Let’s take a look at some of those techniques. Timing Is everything but unfortunately, there’s only so much we can do to control what kind of skies we have to work with. Many top landscape photographers consider a circular polarizing filter and a graduated neutral density filter essential items in their gear bag. Blog

In this tutorial we have three simple segments where you can improve sky in photoshop:

  • More Dramatic Sky
  • Blending Sky Using Gradient Tool
  • Replacing Sky With Another More Dramatic Sky

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DENIS LEMAY

Photographer

Websites: oceanviewphoto.com  denislemay.com

Denis G Lemay was brought up in a little coastal town of Biddeford Maine, served in Vietnam in 1968 in the army corps of engineer, then in 1971 went to school in NY to persue the field of professional photography, and relocated to a little Dutch town of Kutztown Pennsylvania where he owned and operated Rembrandt Studios in two different locations. In 1998 Denis relocated to Wilmington North Carolina where he now owns and operates Ocean View Photography located near Wrightsville Beach NC. 

Websites: oceanviewphoto.com  denislemay.com 

Past affiliations are PPA, WPPI, IPPG, OPHF, and CFCC. Exhibited at KU, WPPI, OPHF,NYIP.