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New Here ,
Jun 24, 2019 Jun 24, 2019

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Hi

I want to separate the bright sky from the dark landscape to show the sky darker and the landscape without haze.

I tried keying, but no success
Which track has to be keyed with what key? (Chroma, lightness?)
Where do I place the background video?


Adobe Premiere elements 2019 latest version

W10 64, nivida geoforce 3060, 16 GB

video (small version)

video.mov

Thank you

[ edited by moderator – duplicate thread in German forum ] --> Masken anwenden

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 25, 2019 Jun 25, 2019
Note:The same advice (After Effects) he has already gotten in his double thread in the German Forum (was linked in the first post by moderator)

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Jun 24, 2019 Jun 24, 2019

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Keying out the sky is only going to work if the sky is a smooth, even color of blue with no clouds.

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Jun 24, 2019 Jun 24, 2019

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Thanks - that's what I was afraid of.

Do you see another possibility to separate dark from lightful parts or is this only possible in pro?

Thomas

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Have you tried the Shadow/Highlight effect? It's designed to help correct these high contrast situations.

Beyond that, you'll probably need to work with a more advanced program, like After Effects, to do this kind of re-compositing.

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Note:

The same advice (After Effects) he has already gotten in his double thread in the German Forum (was linked in the first post by moderator)

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Thanks - this decidet my evaluation: No premiere elements

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