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 Post subject: How to darken the sky ?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2020 3:46 am 
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Hello. I am a new LumaFusion user. I just read the entire user manual and can't find the answer to a question I have. In a clip with landscape, generally when the landscape is well exposed, the sky is too clear. I’d like to drop a gradient filter over the sky to obscure it like I’ve seen in Final Cut Pro. How to do it here? Thank you in advance. Frank S


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2020 12:51 pm 
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You can do it using the Overlay Blend Mode.
Create a grayscale where:
* Areas that you want make lighter have a lighter grey tone.
* Areas that you want to darken have a darker grey tone.
* Areas that you don’t want be affected should have a mid tone grey.

Overlay the gradient on top of your video or image and apply the Overlay Blend mode.

It is explained in this tutorial:
Blend Modes: Overlay, Tutorial - LumaFusion 2.1
https://youtu.be/DyjBbv-UJ_0

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:52 pm 
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Sorry, in the image is the other way around. Left side is brighter. Right side unchanged.


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Thank you. This is what I have already done successfully, and it works very well for the skies. Like in Photoshop. I understood there was a more direct way, like in Lightroom. In any case, you confirm that I am doing well. Thank you very much for your advice. Have a good day. Frank S


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Thank you. This is what I have already done successfully, and it works very well for the skies. Like in Photoshop. I understood there was a more direct way, like in Lightroom. In any case, you confirm that I am doing well. Thank you very much for your advice. Have a good day. Frank S
Thanks!


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