In the past few years, sky replacement software has exploded in both options and capabilities, and there are now several well-established options for photographers to choose from. On1, Luminar, and Photoshop all have varying sky replacement capabilities with different levels of performance, and this great video takes a look at all of them to show you which performs the best.
Coming to you from Anthony Morganti, this awesome video takes a look at the sky replacement performance of different options from On1, Luminar, and Photoshop. Sky replacement used to be a rather tedious and often difficult process, making it something that you would generally reserve only for special photos. However, the new automated tools make the process far easier, making it more worthwhile to take the time to explore creative edits. While there is a lot of debate back and forth about sky replacement’s legitimacy and place in photography, for certain genres, such as wedding photography, in which you simply can’t come back and re-shoot another day, having the ability to quickly make a major improvement to a photo that might have been shot on a bland day can be a real boon. Check out the video above for the full rundown from Morganti.