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Funny I should find this! This is quite an old photo so I don't really remember what I did. But here is the original for you: http://www.danielgphoto.com/misc/IMG_4096.JPG At a guess I just simply cropped it and boosted the aqua/blue channel (as someone suggested here)
No. Effects are almost all irreversible. This is because the vast majority of them remove details, gradations and color. Sketch look removes color-variations as do most types of painterly, pop art, etc effects, depending on the camera. Even something like the miniature effect blurs details out of most of the image which makes them unrecoverable. Now as ...
Where you shooting in RAW or RAW+JPEG mode? (assuming you can even shoot RAW with the effects mode enabled). If so, then it will just be a matter of re-processing the RAW file. If not, the answer is almost certainly "no" - it may be possible to "undo" some of the effect via Photoshop or your other favourite image editor, but it's almost certainly more ...
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