I have Luminar 4.3, which I bought for the sky replacement feature, and am now finding problems with it that make more work, and in some cases, make it impossible for me to fix, simply due to my skill level. I do real estate photography. Often, when I replace the sky, I'm getting a blue cast onto the roof and trim of the house, or onto a white fence. I try adjusting the horizons and relighting (down to zero) and these never seem to totally fix the problem. I am not that skilled in doing color masks to fix the blue where it shouldn't be, especially in Luminar. Sometimes I pull the photo back into Lightroom or my Photoshop Elements and try to fix the problems. But that means replacing the sky has become a project, and not a simple fix. It can be frustrating and upsetting. Can you give me advice or instructions on how to fix a sky replacement, when the sky color is deposited to places in the photo other than the sky?
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