Red and Blue

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It is simply low contrast images. Drop the contrast down, possibly pull in the white and black points so that they are grey rather than white and black as well.

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Though personally, I don't think any of those samples are particularly well done, so I'd generally try to avoid that look unless there was a particular shot that called for it. –  AJ Henderson Oct 8 '13 at 22:32

The images you linked to are low contrast with elevated exposure.

To get this look:

  • Reduce the overall contrast
  • Reduce the highlights and brighten the shadows
  • Increase overall brightness/exposure a little to the right of zero

But why would you want to?

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