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Sky Replacement in ON1 Effects 2023

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Effects doesn't include the sky replacement module. I can't remember if effects has layers. If so, you can replace skies using that.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Hmmm, I'm not seeing layers in any descriptions. Still, you could do a work around and use the textures filter to replace a sky. I can test that when I get back to my pc.

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  • Mark David Gerson

    Thanks. I was afraid of that. 

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  • Mark David Gerson

    Given that, it's probably simpler to do a sky replacement in something like Luminar Neo, where the full program also operates as a plug-in, instead of hassling with a clunky workaround in Effects. (My primary application, and the place where my photos are stored, is Lightroom.)

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Back at my PC now. I have Effects 2022 and see that it does actually have layers so, yes, you can replace skies. You have an advantage with 2023 that it has super select to help with the masking.

    This is a quick example using Effects 2022. I have a photo of the bird and added a cloudy sky to the layer below it. Then simply masked out the original sky to reveal the clouds under it.

     

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  • Mark David Gerson

    Thanks. I'll check it out.

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