patch tool to soften existing sky to sky replacement

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    Philippe CARON

    +1 bonne idée

     

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Marc,

    Thank you for your feedback! I'll share your suggestions with our developers for their consideration.

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    marc labro

    Thank you Angela,

     

    As mentioned before, I have the feeling you are using blend mode, not a true selection+replacement, which explians why original texture, trees,... of sky go through the new sky.

    In the meantime can you please make a youtube tuto explaining how to clean a little bit

    the original sky to prepare it for sky replacement ?

    I suppose it is advised to make a separate adjustment layer for the sky (currently i do it in same layer than other filters) and use erase tool ?

    best regards

    marc

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    marc labro

    hello,

    I have found an interesting tuto from Morganti where he shows the problem of horizon in custom skies.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWYJENzAuic

    I had same problem. in photoshop we don't use a mask to remove blotches because it removes the tone of the texture/sky but use a gaussian blur on texture.

    Blur tools in luminar are really missing ! But here it should be inside the edit mask tools section ( akind of blur brush ?) because not sure Luinar would allow to apply a gaussina blur to a "sky" filter.

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