No announcement yet.

changing the sky

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts
    No photos found.

Related Topics


  • bigkidjr
    help -- over-exposed corner
    by bigkidjr
    Hi everyone. I've got this photo of a cemetery that I really like (I think it's an interesting shot) but the upper right hand corner is overexposed and I can't for the life of me figure out how to fix it. I've tried brightness/contrast, burn tool, adjust backlighting, equalize, and other techniques...
    09-14-2003, 10:45 PM
  • pcs
    HELP enhancing sky
    by pcs
    I have some great shots but sky is drab and dreary. Overcast that day.
    Can someone point me to a good tutorial on how to enhance a sky.
    I am using PhotoshopCS.
    Eventually I plan to take pictures of nice skys so I can use to replace drab ones, but for now I would be interested in
    08-21-2005, 05:39 PM
  • isabel95
    Blown out sky
    by isabel95
    Obviously, I didn't use the manual settings wisely when my Vivitar 283 had its first outing with my Sony DSC F717 at my sister's wedding aboard a boat.
    Problem is the flower covered "bower"(?) with the sky peeking through.
    Would appreciate any input as to how to best improve...
    01-27-2003, 05:26 AM
  • gmitchel
    Replacing the Sky -- Using a Radial Gradient
    by gmitchel
    Here is an image from Lamont, FL. A bit of autumn color in North FL.

    It's a Canon 10D shot from last autumn. Canon 17-40mm "L" lens. Polarizer. I quickly ran onto a highway bridge and snapped the image.
    10-16-2004, 09:38 PM
  • shmazo
    Making changes to the sky
    by shmazo
    I have tried many approaches to the sky in this photo. I don't actually mind it the way it is, but I would like to see if there is a way to reduce the amount of haze and also to get rid of the large cloud in the top left, but still have it look natural. I have also experimented with moving the one "lone...
    05-20-2009, 07:30 PM