I cover two things in this video:
1.) How to use Luminar 4 as a Lightroom Plugin, when you want to replace the sky in an image.
2.) I’ve found, at times, when using my own sky image, Luminar does some funky things. In this video, I show everything that may happen and how to fix them.
In my next Luminar video, I’ll demo how to replace a sky that must also get reflected in water. Look for that soon!
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Gear and settings used for the images shown in this video:
Nikon Z6: https://amzn.to/2TIBGnR
Nikon Z 24-70mm F4.0 Lens: https://amzn.to/2Z0hW55
Aperture Priority Mode
Spot Metering – metered on the lighthouse
Single Point Focus – Focused in front of the lighthouse
1/100, F8.0, iso: 100 at 46mm
My recommended gear list: https://wp.me/P9QUvD-a7
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