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Jan 13, 2010 16:56 |  #1

Can anyone tell me what sort of post processing is required to achieve this effect. I've tried just about everything (split toning, colour balance etc) but can't seem to get close.

http://photobynani.fil​es.wordpress.com/2009/​12/img_9374small1.jpg (external link)
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It's the warm de-saturated effect that I'm trying to achieve. Any help, much appreciated!


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Jan 13, 2010 17:21 |  #2

What software?

If ACR or LR, do a search for "Lightroom presets". There's probably one close.

And since it's not your image, I've converted it to a link ;)

Edit: This was done (partly) in LR and PS: The settings are in the EXIF: http://regex.info …2F12%2Fimg_9374​small1.jpg (external link) (scroll down)

Might be that some additional editing in PS was done. Hard to tell by exif alone ;)


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Jan 14, 2010 05:21 |  #3

if you want warm desaturated image then reduce the saturation, up the contrast if this washes the image out to much and alter the white balance to warm up the image.


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