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Old September 1st, 2009, 12:50 AM
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Adding a Blue/Gradient Sky to Your Photographs

Tutorial: Adding a Blue/Gradient Sky to Your Photographs
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Re: Adding a Blue/Gradient Sky to Your Photographs

Thanks for writing this tutorial Msnow!
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Re: Adding a Blue/Gradient Sky to Your Photographs

I realize this tutorial is on the old side, but I think it's worth the bump. I've been doing real estate photos, and one of the real estate agents I use keeps sending me to homes when it's flat gray outside. Great for the indoor shots, not so much for the exteriors. Found this tutorial looking for an answer, and my real estate agent loves the fix. It makes the houses look much brighter (even though I don't do anything beyond basic color correction to the houses anyway), and makes the homes look more inviting.
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