In this tutorial I demonstrate how to replace a sky in a wildlife image where the sky is washed out white. I demonstrate it first in Photoshop then in Luminar 4.
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Duplicate Layer: CMD/CTRL – J
Magic Wand Tool: W
Deselect a Selection: CMD/CTRL – D
Move Tool: V
Transform a Layer: CMD/CTRL – T
Refine Edge Brush – R
Zoom In: CMD/CTRL – Plus Key
Zoom Out: CMD/CTRL – Minus Key
Fit to Screen: CMD/CTRL – Zero Key