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Learn how to make ordinary blue skies look dramatic with a simple and easy color and contrast adjustment.
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Vintage Clouds Photoshop Tutorial
As usual, start by opening any photo into Photoshop. Of course, the photo should have a sky with some clouds.
Create a selection of the sky. To do this, you can use any selection tools such as the Quick Select tool or the Magic Wand tool.
With the selection still active, in the Layers palette, click on the button and choose Levels.
This should bring up the levels tools. You should also see in Levels adjustment layer that the selection applied to the layer mask.
In the Levels tool, select Blue from the Channel drop down menu. Then, move the black input slider towards the right until the skies start turning yellow. Don't click OK yet!
Then, select the Red channel from the Channel drop down menu and move the white input slider towards the left just a little. Don't click OK yet!
Finally, select back the RGB channel from the Channels drop down menu. Move the black input slider towards the right to increase the contrast of the clouds. Now you can click OK when you're done.
If you want, you can also add a lens flare. Select the Background layer then choose Filter > Render > Lens Flare.