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There are many ways to correct or even change the look of your picture in Photoshop or other software (After Effects, Combustion etc). You can play with levels, brightness, contrast, hue and other effects, the other way is playing with layers, for example try to duplicate your picture to a new layer and change Blending Mode to Hard Light or Overlay - try to blur this layer and play with many Blending Modes. To achieve some dreamy effect duplicate layer, apply some gaussian blur and set the blending mode to overlay.

That's it! I hope you will enjoy and hopefully it helps people out who want to know more on the subject. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me

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Luiz Eduardo Mihich on Mon, 09 July 2012 2:59pm
The image and the tutorial are Great. Thank you for sharing skills. The only thing is instead of publishing the Vray settings, you've repeated the Light Settings twicw, that was annoying as I was curious to see your Vray settings.
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Tyt on Thu, 13 October 2011 12:54am
thank you for the lesson
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