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Southwest coast of England near Durdle door
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June 13, 2015
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I took these snaps in Early April  on a rainy day when the sky was dull and miserable . Replaced the sky with early summer sky in photoshop but can’t get rid of the halo around the interface between the mountains and sky. Am i missing a trick ? IMG_5885-1MB.jpg

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Do you use musk to do this? 

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easyexposure said
Do you use musk to do this? 

Yes i used layers and masks. I recently learned that you can use a gradient tool to make the transition gradual and more natural.

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Rama… You might want to try the blur tool in Photoshop or Elements along the halos.
Use a fairly small brush.  I tried it on your first image with good results.

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Mandrake said
Rama… You might want to try the blur tool in Photoshop or Elements along the halos.
Use a fairly small brush.  I tried it on your first image with good results.

Thanks Mandrake. Will certainly try

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