Applying a Sky Overlay on an Image with a Tricky Skyline
Sky Overlays are great for changing up the appearance of a plain sky. But what happens when the photo you’re working on doesn’t have a simple horizon? This tutorial will show you my favorite tips for applying a Sky Overlay to an image with a tricky skyline.
Trees? Rooftops? No problem!
Special thanks to Ken Fine for allowing the use of his image for this tutorial!
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.
Where to Find Sky Overlays
The Sky Overlay used in this tutorial is ‘Cinematic Sunset 14’ from the Cinematic Skies Collection.
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