Sky Replacements - Ability to add skies to standard skies

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    Joel Danto

    Nevermind, I sort of solved this myself.  All you need to do is find the sky replacements folder within the files for Luminar itself and then add the skies you want to that.  Upon reopening the program will then show the new skies.  Still think it might be a good idea to show sub-folders tho!

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    Joel Danto

    I'm on PC.  On the PC its in Skylum>Luminar>profiles>sky textures>

    Maybe it's the same for Mac?  Make sure to put all the JPGs in this folder specifically, don't create subfolders, the program wont read them.

     

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Joel, 

    That's a great suggestion - I'll share it with the development team. 

    As for the workaround you've found, we wouldn't recommend adding skies to the program folder as it can lead to stability issues.

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    Steve Kruger

    Hi Joel .. are you on Windows or Mac. If you are on Mac, where did you find the Sky Replacements folder. Thanks

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    Lenny Verkhovsky

    I wish such tweaks were done by UI ande Luminar developers and not by enthusiastic and creative users.

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