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Enjoying the new sky replacement tool but was wondering if there were options other then the skies supplied by Adobe. Also would like to know if one can use your own shots of skies with the tool.
If you click the Create New Sky button at the bottom of the Sky menu, you can bring in any image you want. I don’t know if there are any file format restrictions.
That also means if you bought a bunch of sky photos from anybody, you could add them that way. The only problem is that right now it only lets you add one file at a time.
Just to be clear, the two features do different things.
The Create New Sky button lets you add an image file.
The Import Skies command lets you add Photoshop sky preset groups, not individual image files.
Which one you use depends on whether the skies you bring in are just image files, or are in the .sky preset format.
which files are allowed for the import?
You can JPG, DNG, PSD from what I have found so far.
*use the files mentioned.
Are there more skies under the "append default skies"?