The sky is one of the most important parts of an outdoor and landscape photo. Sometimes we get really lucky with a magical sky filling the entire width of the photo. And sometimes we don’t.

Perfecting a sky

In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at how we can use Photoshop to take an already great-looking sky (but maybe lacking in one area) and extend or expand it so it fills the frame and makes more impact.

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