A Quick & Easy Method for Applying Sky Overlays in Photoshop
Sky Overlays are beautiful and can really transform the appearance of the image you’re editing, but they can sometimes feel like quite a bit of work to apply. In this tutorial, I’ll show you a few techniques to achieve a quicker, easier application of Sky Overlays in Photoshop.
New to Sky Overlays?
If you’re brand new to Sky Overlays, this post is a great place to start. You can read more about what Sky Overlays are and even download a free sample to try them out.
To continue learning about Sky Overlays, you can also check out the other Sky Overlay Tutorials on the site.
Where to Find Sky Overlays
The Sky Overlay used in this tutorial is ‘Cinematic Sunset 54’ from the MB Cinematic Skies Collection.
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