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how is this pp effect created?

 
davidtan
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Aug 02, 2007 10:22 |  #1

Can anyone shed some light on how this post processing "burnt" look has been created and if there are any tutorials out there for Ps on how to achieve it?

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Aug 02, 2007 12:00 |  #2

Here's my effort, it took about 20 seconds.

1. I used Kevin Kubota's action pack vol. 2: Radiance Landscape One, twice, then made a selective color layer and upped the cyan in the cyans and whites (to try and get some sky, but then I realized it wasn't in the original), and upped the yellow, then used some midbright from the set to bring out some of the ground, then the Daily Multi-Vitamin action

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2. I boosted the contrast and the hue and saturation (wanted to try it w/o the action pack), but could have tweaked it more.
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