Replacing Cloudy With A Only Blue Sky

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Arnold,

    Sure, you should be able to do that. You'll just need a photo of a clear blue sky to load in the AI Sky Replacement tool. There are a few built in skies that have puffy clouds on blue as well.

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    Arnold D

    Angela, I tried that and the clouds from the original photo are still in the sky.

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Arnold, 

    Make sure you work with the Sky Global, Sky Local, and Close Gaps sliders to refine the results. If you still aren't able to cover the original clouds, please reach out to us at www.skylum.com/support so our techs can take a closer look at your image. It may be that the AI still needs a bit more "training". :-)

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    Arnold D

    Below is the sky I'm trying to replace.  I tried to use those control sliders, and they didn't help.

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    Victoria Grace

    HI Arnold,

    Please, try to go to the Advanced settings and set both Close gaps and Sky local settings to 0.

    Here is the result I've received with your image - https://prnt.sc/tblcd4

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    Arnold Dubin

    I used those two controls, and it works better, but now I have those white clouds behind trees now.  I have been using Anthropics LandscapePro, and that is working better than Skylum software.

    Thanks for your help.

    Arnold

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    Victoria Grace

    Always glad to assist!

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