How to achieve this effect


Nov 16, 2010
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I am fairly new to photoshop. I have seen some pictures from a korean site and I like the post processing applied. Can photoshop experts here give me some clue on how to achieve this effect? Is this what you call cross-processing?

Here are some pictures from the site.

http://wingsmall.co.kr/wingsmall/codistyle/11/10/17/chic_02.jpg

http://wingsmall.co.kr/wingsmall/codistyle/11/10/02/chic_12.jpg

http://wingsmall.co.kr/red/10/03/04/red_01.jpg

Thanks you so much!

Patrick
 

David Kwok

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#2
Not expert, but I believe it's just a warming filter to give you that warm look. I have tried uncast the tint to 18% grey and then apply a warm filter, it's the same actually.

I am fairly new to photoshop. I have seen some pictures from a korean site and I like the post processing applied. Can photoshop experts here give me some clue on how to achieve this effect? Is this what you call cross-processing?

Here are some pictures from the site.

http://wingsmall.co.kr/wingsmall/codistyle/11/10/17/chic_02.jpg

http://wingsmall.co.kr/wingsmall/codistyle/11/10/02/chic_12.jpg

http://wingsmall.co.kr/red/10/03/04/red_01.jpg

Thanks you so much!

Patrick
 

Rashkae

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Nov 28, 2005
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There is no effect. It's just the use of a slightly warmer white balance.
 

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