Colour over­lay the sky

NPhoto - - Nikon Skills -

Get­ting the right gra­di­ent be­tween the light­ing con­di­tions can make the sky ap­pear murkier or of a less prom­i­nent colour than re­quired. To rem­edy this add a layer of a block colour, such as a deep red or blue, and drop the opac­ity to un­der 50%. This will give you a light hue within the sky of a par­tic­u­lar layer, sit­ting be­tween the de­sired lay­ers and pro­vid­ing an ef­fect that can em­pha­sise a par­tic­u­lar ex­ist­ing shade. This tech­nique also works ex­tremely well on a stan­dard land­scape im­age, rem­e­dy­ing to some de­gree a lack of a slide-in grad­u­ated fil­ter or a sky with com­plex tones to bal­ance.

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