How is this processed?

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  1. carmeyeii

    carmeyeii TPF Noob!

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    Hi, everyone... I am totally in love with this pic and the way it's been processed. It's not mine, obviouly, it belongs to the chesire smile at flickr, and she's got quite a few pics edited like that. do you have any idea as to how she might have processed this image?
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    http://flickr.com/photos/thecheshiresmile/2782394693/
     
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    It's just a lot of playing with the color balance and some subsequent contrast reduction.
     
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    too me it looks like they used picnik.. thats the editing thing on flickr
     
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    The common effects I see are overexposure, low saturation, and low contrast. These can be achieved numerous ways in-camera and/or in processing.
     

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