How to Replace the Sky in Images Using GIMP 2.10

How to Replace the Sky in Images Using GIMP 2.10

10.04.2018
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In this GIMP 2.10 tutorial, I show you how to replace a dreary looking sky with a brighter sky, as well as brighten the foreground object in your image to match the new sky, using the latest version of GIMP. This tutorial is great for outdoor photography when the weather is less than perfect and you need a clearer, brighter, or more dynamic sky.

I’ll use the lasso tool (free select tool), rotate tool, crop tool, curves, color balance, and saturation to achieve the final image.

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How to Replace the Sky in Images Using GIMP 2.10

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