Create Magical images with 15 Aurora skies
CREATE MAGICAL IMAGES WITH 15 Aurora SKIES
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Boring Skies Ruining Your Images?
Our Aurpra Sky Pack will help you with making your boring grey images stunning.
The pack contains 15 high quality skies and tutorials on how to replace skies in Photoshop.
Whether you’re working on personal or commercial projects, our skies will make the editing process quicker and most of all, fun for you.
Weather can ruin a lot of our images but with the help of our skies you can create stunning images and never worry about bad weather again.
Aurora SkiesPart of Sky Bundle I
15 aurora skies in hi res
Video Tutorials included
Easy to use and install
Borth TIFF & JPEG files
Finally you can buy Individual Sky packs separately
Aurora Sky Pack
15 high quality aurora skies that you can use freely in your projects. Stop wasting time finding the perfect sky images.
Your questions answered
What you need to know
The pack comes with installation tutorials so you don’t have to worry about that.
Ideally you naturally need a program that supports layers.
The sky replacement tool in Photoshop 22.0< is very quick and easy to use and it now support bulk uploading as well.
The bundle comes with step by step tutorials on how to replace skies in Photoshop.
Feel free to use the skies in whatever way you like. I use them often in 3D renders and the intro video you saw was actually created in Cinema 4D.
These skies are very high res. Each horizontal sky has a resolution of 7562×4252 and the skies are already prepared to be used as they are.
All of us have different taste for colors so I’ve included the original TIFF files so you can adjust the colors accurately to your liking.
Keep in mind that TIFF files are quite big and take a lot of space from your hard drives.
Due to the digital nature of this product, refunds can’t normally be given. We always want you to be happy BUT if you are EXTREMELY unhappy with your product, contact us here
100%. After all these are just image files. You decide what you use them for.
The tutorials provided cover only Photoshop though.