I have removed a little bit of the general saturation (Fig.22).
I made a new copy (blending all the layers below) and added a mask. After that, I accessed Filter > Blur> Lens Blur to apply a very smooth blurring effect in the volume of the annex (center) and in the borders of the image (Fig.23).
A vignetting effect was applied through manual exposures. In order to do that, I used the Alt command and created a new layer. In the dialog box (New Layer) I adjusted the mode to Overlay (50%). The effect was applied with a smooth black brush (10%). A smooth white brush had the opposite effect, highlighting the areas of light (Fig.24).
The final image can be seen in Fig.25.
That's all. I would like to thank 3DTotal for the opportunity to publicize my work and I hope that everyone that reads the tutorial likes the methodology I have used in it.
(ID: 172633, pid: 0) Cornerofart on Thu, 20 December 2012 6:45am Thank you very much about this tutorial, really you are masterful.
(ID: 156637, pid: 0) Ivaylo Penev on Thu, 18 October 2012 1:11am Really great work. So realistic! Can you please tell me, if you are at beginner stage what is the best way for getting started? Best regards.
(ID: 154728, pid: 0) Ricardo Canton on Tue, 09 October 2012 2:24am Thanks Marcio, Hany and pep for the kind words! Hany: you can find many panoramic skies at cgskies.com. .pep: I'm glad you have also enjoyed this making of! :)
(ID: 154137, pid: 0) .pep on Fri, 05 October 2012 3:29am Hi RIcardo, y said on Ronen's forum and say again, very nice work and really great work of post production, thank you very much for sharing it, muito obrigado, abrado!!
(ID: 153944, pid: 0) Hany on Thu, 04 October 2012 12:16am Amazing Tutorial MAN
Can You please Tell us from where you got this amazing sky
(ID: 153677, pid: 0) Marcio Pereira on Tue, 02 October 2012 5:55pm Great... Very nice...