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great PP. Care to share?
Hi, sure. Very simple things, actually. I lowered midtones contrast with a "reverse S-curve" and then I reduced saturation, that's all.

Camera settings: I shot it with the final 16:9 crop in mind. D3x, AFS 28-70 f/2.8 @ 60 mm, ISO 100, f/4, circular polarizer and a silver reflector to fill and strong backlight from the sun. White balance "cloudy" in bright sunlight.
 
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Thank you Steve, Gabriel, Tony and Jodomo.
 
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Thank you Eduardo and Gordon for your kind words. I will try a B&W conversion too.
 
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Hi, sure. Very simple things, actually. I lowered midtones contrast with a "reverse S-curve" and then I reduced saturation, that's all.

Camera settings: I shot it with the final 16:9 crop in mind. D3x, AFS 28-70 f/2.8 @ 60 mm, ISO 100, f/4, circular polarizer and a silver reflector to fill and strong backlight from the sun. White balance "cloudy" in bright sunlight.
Great shot. Thanks for sharing your PP steps. I would have guessed Bleach Bypass from something like Nik Efex, but your steps appear to give very similar results.

Well done!
 
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