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Add my own cloud images in Photoshop 2021

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I have not found any info how to add my own cloud images in Photoshop 2021. But I found my own solution: user / library / application support / adobe / Adobe photoshop21 / presets / skies. Change prefix from .jpg to .sky. Restart Photoshop.

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Yes, I have tried it, but it only worked once. Next time, photoshop did not find the image

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Add my own cloud images in Photoshop 2021

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I have not found any info how to add my own cloud images in Photoshop 2021. But I found my own solution: user / library / application support / adobe / Adobe photoshop21 / presets / skies. Change prefix from .jpg to .sky. Restart Photoshop.

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Yes, I have tried it, but it only worked once. Next time, photoshop did not find the image

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Have you tried »New Sky«? 

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Also try the plus-in-a-square-icon at the bottom

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Yes, I have tried it, but it only worked once. Next time, photoshop did not find the image

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I have tried both methods, But next time, photoshop did not find the image

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On my station the imported sky is still available after reatarting Photoshop, maybe there are permissions issues with your library? 

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The attached screen capture shows the + sign to add a new sky. I did a quick test and the sky that I added a few days ago is in the drop-down window. If this doesn't work, perhaps resetting your preferences will help.

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Thanks for the answer. It works so far!

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