Before & After from Isle of Skye

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I recently downloaded the Beta version of On1 RAW 2018 so I've been having a play with some of last years images from a trip to Skye.
I dropped in a different sky and added one of the many free presets you get from on1.

I took the "Before" shot and retreated to the nearby hotel for something to eat and to wait for the sunset.
I got chatting to some other photographers and totally missed being in situ for the sunset but the "After" version is how I remember it being.

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BEFORE

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Sligachan by Mike Stephen, on Flickr


AFTER

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Incidentally, just to show how the weather can change, here are two images of the Old Man of Storr, Skye
Glorious, warm day on the Thursday and a blizzard on Friday!!

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Old Man of Storr - Thursday by Mike Stephen, on Flickr


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Old Man of Storr - Friday by Mike Stephen, on Flickr
 

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Mike, the only problem I see with your before and after pics is the clouds in the after look to be lighted from the right, but all the shadows of the rocks say the sun is to the left.
Nice pics though anyways.
 

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Mike, the only problem I see with your before and after pics is the clouds in the after look to be lighted from the right, but all the shadows of the rocks say the sun is to the left.
Nice pics though anyways.
Just watched the first video of a "sky replacement" course and lo and behold, the first thing they teach is to watch the direction of the light of the new sky in relation to the shadows in the original.
Should have watched the video first before diving in :blush:
 

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