Ive been wondering lately if I over do things in PS. I do the same routine on every image, doing some things less or more depending on the image. For this picture, I shot in raw, underexposing it a stop and a half to make sure the highlights were not blown, confirming by looking at the histogram. Exif - F11 @ 1/200th, iso 200, 18mm kit lens Then in the raw converter, I adjusted the color ballance to make it look the most natural I could, adjusted the exposure minorly I think. Then brought it into photoshop, where I did shadows/highlight to try to enhance the sky as much as I could, and keep detail in the land. Then curves to further adjust the color. The sky was a bit weak so I selected it using the color selector/highlights, and then using the quick mask to get the parts I wanted, feathered the selection by 5px, then used that selection as a mask for another set of curves, where I darkened the sky a bit. Larger Version Does the colors look to unnatural or to contrasty? Or perhaps the land to dark for how the sky looks?