Any tutorial or particular style?
Erm, color management and clever Raw settings? Don't see much there beyond that, though of course it's quite possible that techniques like overlaying the image onto itself with blending modes may have been used...
Can you tell more about the overlay technique?
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Well, we can't teach you Photoshop from scratch. That exceeds the scope of the forum.
Your question to Mylenium suggests you're clueless about Layers and about Blending modes.
As I've typed over and over, Photoshop is a professional level application that makes no apologies for its very long and steep learning curve. Take some Photoshop classes at a community college. Watch video tutorials, starting with Abobe's. Take out a subscription to lynda.com.
You cannot expect to learn Photoshop question by question in the forums,
For a quick and dirty solution, play with the Vibrance and Clarity sliders in ACR, You also need to learn how to use Adobe Camera Raw.
Also start playing around with Layers. Duplicate the background layer, set it to Multiply and play with the opacity to see its effect. You can also set the duplicated layer to Overlay, then, again, play with its opacity.
That will at least give you insight into how much there is to learn.
I've seen similar results using nothing more complicated than Lightroom presets. In fact I once wrote and asked a photographer about the 'look' of a particular image, and asked if she'd used Topaz, OneOne or Nik plugins with Photoshop, and she told me about the LR presets. I don't use LR so had no idea presets could be so powerful.
If you use LR, try Google. I just looked and there are pages and pages of them, and lots are free.
OneOne are giving away some sort of version of their Perfect Suite plugin at the moment. I downloaded it, and decided it was not for me, but it will cost you nothing to find out
A reasonably steep S-curve would get you a long way. The higher the contrast, the higher the saturation because that also increases the differences between the channels.
There's a slightly unpleasant yellow cast in those shots. Perhaps on purpose to compensate for the usually too blue average uncalibrated display...
Spot on, 21!
If my kids, or now my grandkids, looked like that, I would have taken them to the emergency room right away.
Yep, and fast...
Hi Guys, thank you so much