Please post the picture so that we may provide targeted guidance. You can do that via the camera icon at the top in the reply box.
Thank you for your reply. I am at work and do not have the file with me. I will post it as soon as I get home in about 4 hours or so.
With the Magnetic lasso tool, I selected the bushes and thing next to the man's right shoulder, and placed the selection on its own layer (CTRL+J).
With the same tool I selected the man's head, placed it on its own layer
With the same tool I selected the red patch of hair at the bottom, placed it on its own layer
Going back to the layer with bushes, I opened a Hue/saturation adjustment layer above it, and clipped these two layers (CTRL+G).The dialog for the hue/sat layer has a box to colorize; checked that. Worked the sliders to colorize to suit
Next I went to the layer with the man's head, same procedure - adjustment layer, clipping, colorize
Next I went to layer with the hair, but did not check "colorize" --adjustment layer, clipping, but just worked the lightness slider
At this stage I set my foreground color chip to ligfht blue --C7D7EA
I created a stamp visible layer, a layer that combines all the layers, yet does not flatten. To do that, open a blank layer at the top of the stack, and press CTRL+SHIFT+ALT+E)
I opened a photofilter adjustment layer at the top, used Cooling #82 with luminosity checked.
Merged down to combine these 2 layers
I shut off the visibility of all the layers below the stamp visible layer, and on this layer I selected the blown out sky with the magic wand tool, then hit delete on the keyboard. Used the eraser tool to remove a few yellow spots.
Got the Paintbucked tool out of the toolbox and filled the sky area with the light blue color
Added a few clouds and a frame.