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Polarizer filter and blue sky

© Sebikus ( Help)
Sometimes you can forgot a polarizer filter or simply you don't have it. If you have photoshop, you can do beautiful sky difrent methods. I would like show one of them today.

You put picture in photoshop and make copy of this layer. Select this copy layer a select in menu "Apply image".

Then:

Layer=Background

Channel = Blue

Blending = Vivid Light

and on the end we check off Invert.

Now we select this adjust layer and set Overlay between 20-50%. We can use Filter - Reduce noise, if we need.

Done, that's all. Mayby this will be useful somebody.

© Sebikus ( Help)
© Sebikus ( Help)

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February 08, 2010

Gheburaseye

Very beautiful photos :-)

February 08, 2010

Rosedarc

Thanks for the tip, not being a Photoshop pro I have to decipher your blog a bit... what I tried so far did not work - obviously I'm doing something wrong - but I'll try again as it would definitely be very useful for me!

February 08, 2010

Wildmac

Thanks for the tip :)

February 08, 2010

Titania1980

thank you, I will try!

February 08, 2010

Fultonsphoto

Nice tip, will try it thanks.

February 08, 2010

Alextheshutterbug

It is great technique. But do not forget that as planarization philter as well PhotoShop manipulation can add artificial to the picture. Every thing can be done if the conditions, exposure and focus are right and match each other.

February 08, 2010

Mildegard

Thank you for the tips :)

February 08, 2010

Mani33

Well done photos, and thanks for the tip! Cheers!

February 08, 2010

Justmeyo

Nice photos:)

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