I have noticed that when using the AI Sky Replacement that at when viewing the edited image in Photoshop 2020 at 250% and above artifacts become apparent. These artifacts are not visible in the original image nor in a version of the original image exported from LR4 and viewed in PS 2020. Also I see "halos" where the new sky adjoins bright objects in the original image. I cannot determine what is causing the artifacts and "halos" to appear but it is obviously a problem with the Sky Replacement. Whilst the artifacts are not really noticeable when the image is viewed at 100% or below the "Halos" are.
Of course for preparing images for competition the "stock" skies cannot be used but the problem is there whether the skies used are "custom" or "stock" and consequently the final image wold not be up to the best competition standard.
It would be helpful if other users could let me know if they see the same phenomenon and then I can decide whether or not to report a bug to Skylum.
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