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Coud be split toned. Where the shadows are adjusted towards blue but mid tones and highlights are normal or even adjusted towards yellow or orange.
I would say it has a "cool" color temperature (notice it feels a bit "blue"), with a slight fade and higher than normal contrast (notice the black coat, hard to see any detail or folds). You could achieve this "style" through basic image editing tools.
Cloudy wintertime lighting produces a cooler, lower-contrast, lower-saturation image by nature compared to other times of the year. You can achieve this by shooting at that time of year and under cloudy conditions. If shooting digitally, you should shoot in Raw mode to gain more control in post-processing. Even though you'll have the ability to alter the ...
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