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The main difference is that Aperture and most other raw converters ignore the in camera settings for things such as white balance, contrast, saturation, etc. at the time the photo was taken. Instead, each application applies what their designers considered to be a good default starting point for a particular camera. Canon's in-house products such as Picture ...


This effect is nothing but gradient map with layer blend. Just add blue color to one corner picker(darker area) and blue- white(lighter area) to the other end. Try different blending modes such as overlay and soft light.


It looks like he created a blue layer and gave it opacity, after converting the picture layer to black and white. So, make a new layer over your image, and flood-fill with blue. Then, set opacity %. Make sure this blue layer is higher than your picture layer.

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