How to remove and replace a sky in a landscape photo with Photoshop CC

How to remove and replace a sky in Photoshop

Nothing kills the mood of a shot quicker then a dull, bland sky. Whether it’s a cloudless expanse of uniform blue, or a dull, white sheet of nothing hanging above your scene, a dead sky often means a dead picture.

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Jon Adams

Jon started out as a film-maker, working as a cameraman and video editor before becoming a writer/director. He made corporate & broadcast programmes in the UK and Middle East, and also composed music, writing for TV, radio and cinema. Jon worked as a photographer and journalist alongside this, and took his video skills into magazine publishing, where he edited the Digital Photo magazine for over 15 years. He is an expert in photo editing, video making and camera techniques.