I am looking for a bit of advice from some Photoshop experts out there. I have a photo in which I have replaced the original dull sky (method explained below) with a sky that is a deeper blue and has more cloud cover.
I have performed the replacement using a colour select method, the problem is however I have been left with a white outline around the original buildings in the photograph that is more visible when you do a conversion to black and white.
- Load original file and then place the blue sky image on a layer above the original image.
- Perform a select colour range on the original to select the outline of the sky. Adjust so that all the required areas of sky are selected.
- On the new sky layer add in a layer mask to bring the blue sky through.
- Perform the conversion to black and white.
Can anyone help to provide a method of reducing the white outline? Perhaps providing an alternative method or adding an additional step to reduce the effect.