Photoshop For Photographers – Episode 17: Repair That Smudgy Sky

by Anthony Morganti

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***Image courtesy and copyright of Christina Kostova***

Often when an image is heavily processed, such as in the HDR process or any processing that greatly increases saturation and contrast, areas of the image, particularly in the sky, will become smudged gray, maybe black or even glow white. In this episode of Photoshop For Photographers I demonstrate two methods on how you might go about fixing that problem.

 

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