We’re always listening to our community and we heard you loud and clear. Swapping skies in Photoshop suck. While it’s not the most difficult thing to do, it can be difficult for newbies and even the most experienced Photoshop wizards have trouble making it look realistic. We here at Tunic Labs are problem solvers. We knew we could create a Photoshop Action that could fix all of those issues. No matter if you’ve had Photoshop installed for nine years… or three days, our Photoshop Action will be a game changer.
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I was lucky enough to be asked to be a beta tester and wow, just wow. I was totally capable of doing my own sky swaps on my own but this has considerably made the process much faster. I think what I like best that there’s no clipping or the need to make selections. That’s usually the hardest part, getting those perfect cutouts of your subjects, but what Tunic created was kind of genius and I’m a bit mad I didn’t think of it. Who would have thought that using gradients would work so damn well. I was given the beta version of the Action for free but I’m signing up for the Cloud Club the moment it’s available. As a Washington-resident our skies are pretty gloomy, I can see myself using this all year long.
I’ll admit I’m completely new to Photoshop. After finding out I couldn’t do a sky replacement in Lightroom I knew it was time to jump in. I tried Youtube tutorial after tutorial and just couldn’t get my sky swaps to look natural. I was sent an early copy of Michael’s Photoshop Action and it made it much much much easier. The first time running it was a little bit of trouble for me, but once I watched the tutorial video, HOLY CRAP. It’s REALLY easy. I finally have my first successful cloud swap and I couldn’t be happier.