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Photoshop – Improving Landscape Photographs

8 ) Instead of re-selecting the areas under the sky, I clicked on the Background layer and made another duplicate layer by pressing CTRL-J. Now we have three layers, with the new layer underneath our modified sky layer.

I then ALT+dragged the layer mask THUMBNAIL on the sky layer down to our new layer. This COPIED the layer mask that we had previously.

We only need to modify the areas underneath the sky, so the easiest way to do this is to flip the mask around, meaning, this layer will only display changes made to the mountains, sea, and foreground. The sky will NOT be affected.

Select the Layer Mask thumbnail you just created and press CTRL+I to flip it around. As you can see, the layer mask is now the exact opposite of the one above.

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