How to add the Milky Way to any photo with just a few clicks

How to add the Milky Way to any photo, that’s a question I have been asking my self for years.  In this video, I will show you how to do just that. For so long, this has been a tedious process inside photoshop, and like many others, I have learned it and learned it well.

However, there is no need for that anymore, with the technology advancements in AI, Luminar 4 by Skylum has changed everything. With the click of the mouse, you can add the milky way into any photograph you desire. It is incredible.

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The best part about Luminar 4 is the price. I mean, for under $100 (at the time of this post), you can get your hands in some of the most advanced editing software to date.

Who is this software for? Luminar 4 is for anyone that wants a bit more freedom creatively. You no longer have to be a photoshop master to start creating stunning images. Luminar four allows you to skip the entire learning curve and get right to the fun stuff.

How to add the Milky Way to any photo

In this video, you can see how easy it is to use Luminar 4 to add a milky way to any photograph. It can even be a daytime photograph, and Luminar 4 sky replacement works just as good.

I have been playing around with this software for a couple of weeks now, and it just keeps getting better and better. Please do keep in mind that this is the Beta version, and the fully released version might look a bit different.

You can pre-order Luminar 4 at a discounted rate (at the time of this post) in this link. If you are buying the software after it is already out, make sure you use code FINEART to get a juicy discount. (this code does not work for the pre-sale)

Do you replace your sky’s in photoshop? How stocked are you about this software?

About the Author

Edin Chavez
Travel junkie, animal lover, troublemaker, daydreamer and a bit obsessed with my camera. Addicted to documentaries, coffee, hot sauce, and blue cheese.
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