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Replace the SKY in ANY Photo in 2 minutes!!

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Two Minute Tuesday! We’re rippin’ through how to replace a sky in any photo with a totally different sky using Adobe Photoshop CC. It’s fast and easy! Check it out!
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34 Comments

  1. Hey dude, thanks for your video's, they've helped me A LOT! There's still one issue though with replacing the sky, that the edges of branches and trees don't really come out that nice with the new sky in place. I tried messing around with the sliders like you showed in the video but still I can't really seem to find the result i'm looking for. On a blue sky the edges of the branches turn out to be kinda light blue/white-ish color which makes them look completly ridiculous. Have you got any tips or has anyone got any tips to fix this problem? Cheers!

  2. Good video but got lost near the end where you appear to drag the new sky down and you said "drag what you want and paste on to the bottom layer." I am not sure what you did here and anything I try doesn't work. Can you please explain. Many thanks.

  3. Love the tutorial…all the way to the point where he doesn't explain how to paste the sky layer to the original picture. I see several people have asked the same question with no answer. Can anybody help?

  4. I have been through, and tediously written down the steps, of several sky replacement videos. Each was long and rather complicated, with ok results. This method is by far the best, simplest and quickest of the bunch. Thank you for a great tutorial. Very much appreciated.

  5. for those of you confused after the "wow" part: You literally go to the image of the sky in your folder, click and drag it into photoshop (icon) and hit enter when you're done scaling it. Then click and drag that new image layer down so that the first image is on top of the sky layer.

  6. "Grab what you want on top, paste it in its place," Dude. You and every other youtuber has covered this step and I still can't get the layer I'm needing. I know it may seem basic but I've never used photo shop a day in my life. Can you please explain the steps for adding the photo needed to create this layer and the following steps there after.

  7. Thanks, but your desire to do this in under two minutes leaves some viewers confused and at a dead end. Here's my issue: I mask off my image no problem. But when you scream through four steps in about 3 seconds, I am left without any clue as to how you created two elements to your main layer — one of the image, and one of the masked area. Everything I try ends up with one layer with the mask as a part of the image.

  8. Wow I am so glad I found this tutorial, after struggling with sky replacement (especially when trees are present) for years you have made it very simple. I've subed and belled, looking forward to many more of these 2 minute tutorials. Thank you man.

  9. You are such a con artist…"then drag the sky over to the layers box". How did you locate the sky you wanted as replacement? How did it suddenly appear in the layer column?

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