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Background Eraser & Sky Replacement

In this lesson we’ll explore how the Background Eraser tool in Photoshop can be used to replace the sky in multiple images. In the process, you’ll learn about most of the settings related to that tool as well as a bunch of features that can be helpful when combining multiple images into a seamless composite. We’ll explore features such as the History Brush, Layer Masks, Select & Mask and more.

Note: The downloadable practice files for this lesson have been compressed into a .zip archive. That means you’ll have to double-click on the file after downloading to expand its contents before attempting to use the files in Photoshop.



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