This is one of the new gargoyles on Gloucester Cathedral, halfway up the tower. Taken with the trusty old Nikon D5000 and Tamron tele lens, put through Luminar 4, B&W, then recoloured and sky changed.
And one of the old gargoylles from the medieval period, given the B&W treatment and sky changed. He deserved a moody sky (twas a bright sunny day, no clouds).
Hi John @Hotrodspike, Ive moved your great photos into one thread.
If you want it renaming let me know
No mate, that’s fine thanks.
Great set of images John very creative. I wouldn’t know where to start changing sky’s etc
1 button in Luminar ;o)
Is it that easy? Any way of doing something similar in Snapseed? Or is it only possible on PC software Chris?
Like Chris says, it’s just one click. Pick the sky you want, click, done, sorted! I’ve got quite a few pics that have got bland blue skies, so being able to change them easily is a real bonus.
Thats a cool effect John
Cheers Chris thats a great tutorial thanks. I will have a go and see if its as easy as the guy makes it look lol