|Sep 27, 2006, 06:01 AM||#2|
In Photoshop, try running Gaussian Blur filter over it with a generous radius, then Edit>Fade>Overlay... after that, you could also then mess with Curves and/or Saturation to get the final result you want.
|Sep 27, 2006, 06:15 AM||#3|
that actually looks like an hdri photo to me, which can bring out some loverly strong colours, but sure you could fake that kind of saturation
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|Sep 27, 2006, 06:21 AM||#4|
try duplicating the layer then, for the new layer
set blending options to soft light.
Image -> Adjust -> Hue / Desaturate. Set Desaturate to -70
Image -> Adjust -> Brightness & Contrast set both to +10
Filter -> Blur -> Gaussian Blur - Set to 7.0 .
Flatten the image and play with levels settings
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