Can anyone figure out whats wrong with this picture

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    there is a bit of halo in the sky next to the building on the left hand side and the color of the sky on the right seems out of character based on the color of the sky in the middle, is that what you mean?
     
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    Yes, I couldn't figure out how to get the sky to be a little lighter
     
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    I havent memorized what slider does what, but I think you need to move the Highlight slider to the right to get rid of the dirty sky.
    Sorry, its Highlight smoothing slider to the left. As you move the slider to the right it increases the halo and dirties the sky or clouds.
     
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    I think i would drop the strenghth a bit, that will hopefully smooth out the light in the sky and it should make it a bit brighter. I also agree with Bynx, once you drop the strength you should then play with your light smoothing.
     

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