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If I use my sky replacement image, the bottom part of the image is cut off.

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Sep 24, 2022 Sep 24, 2022

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If I use my sky replacement image, the bottom part of the image is cut off at the bottom. Is there a solution for this?

 

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Hi you need to scale it down according to canvas size...regards

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Hi Tom.  It sounds like you have added your own skt rather than use the default skies from the Sky Replacement feature.

If that is the case, how did you add your sky?

You can see that new sky layer below has a layer mask (green outline) and that mask restricts the sky to where it is supposed to be. Does the sky layer you added have a layer mask?

If not, is there a layer in the Sky Replacement group that does have a layer mask?  You might be able to drag that mask to your sky to reveal the foreground

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If you are still not sure then a screen shot of your entire workspace with the layers panel visible would help. 

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