Protecting objects in AI Sky Replacement

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    David Guenther

    "You want to replace a sky, avoiding that a certain object is misinterpreted as a sky by Luminar."

    Yes, this. I have a grey vehicle in the image that is being filled with the sky. I can use the mask to erase the sky within the object, but that erases all elements of the sky replacement, including the relighting. So that object doesn't match the rest of the image.

    So basically, the AI is mistakenly filling objects with the sky, and I'm wondering if there's a way to protect those objects.

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    Alina Skylum

    Hi David,

    You can mask those objects

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    David Guenther

    Hi Alina,

    I mentioned a couple times that I realize the masking tool can be used. However, if you mask those objects, the entire effect is removed from the object, meaning the relighting effect and any matching tones from the sky are removed. So that object then doesn't work in the image.

    The problem is this object is being filled in with the actual sky, not the overall effect of the Sky Replacement, and I'd like to stop that from happening.

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