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I am adding a cloud layer via the 'Place' option. The photo I am adding is showing on a layer of its own and can be seen as my new 'sky' via masking out the old sky which looked pretty crappy.

But as many people find when putting in a replacement sky, the photo being added as background does not look natural and needs to be 'free transformed' to  provide some depth (it currently looks flat and not really part of the scene).

I only want to free transform this one layer - the cloud layer. Can someone explain how I do this - thanks.

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Try the Perspective Tool and/or the Mesh Warp Tool.

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