Replacing a Sky with your OWN Sky using LUMINAR 4 as a LIGHTROOM Plugin


Replacing a sky using Luminar 4 as a Lightroom plugin is fairly straightforward if your going to be using one of the skies that are already built into Luminar 4. If you want to use your own sky though, it is a bit more of a process. In this video, I show you how to do it.

In the video, I talk about a recent video I did talking about a hidden Lightroom feature, Secondary Display. If you’d like to watch that video, CLICK HERE.

Also in the video, I talk about the video I recently did demonstrating how to have a replacement sky reflect in the water. You can watch that video CLICK HERE.

I purchased the skies from the photographer Matt Suess. I double checked and paid $45 for them four days ago. Now, they’re $67. I must have caught a Black Friday deal or something. Anyway, you can get them here:

I have no affiliation with him.

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