Night Photography what do you think?

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  1. iluvphotography

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    I took this shot a few weeks ago and recently I found out that I should have either set the WB on my camera or shot in RAW...

    I haven't done anything to this in Photoshop. Do you think it's too orange/red?

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    I dont know if this is better or not, but All i did is applied a cooling filter and played with the brightness/contrast
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    Sorry its so small I didnt relize I did that
     
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    I did this with the digital equivalent of a filter pack on a color enlarger. Just rebalencing of the colors and a little degrading of the saturation. It works for me as a shot this way

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    Thanks.. they both look a lot better than the original, and you have reduced the orange/red colors without adding too much green or blue (Not like my attempt)... So what is the Cooling Filter? Is it under Filter in Photoshop??
     

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