In this video Simon plant demonstrates and old school technique for sky replacement in Photoshop. There are a few different techniques you can use for replacing skies, and the technique that will work best can vary from one photo to the next, so it is helpful to know a few different ways to do it.
Simon shows how to use channels to create contrast between the land and sky and use a layer mask to replace the sky. He then demonstrates how to go about refining the edges to get the best results.
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