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Funny you should mention it. Here is one I just did:


Be sure to click the Hide tag to see the pic before I edited it.

Here's how I did it:

First, use Adjustments > Hue Saturation to increase the saturation of your image.

Add a new layer.

Select a nice dark blue for primary color

Select the same color for secondary and slide the alpha slider all the way to transparent.

Draw a gradient from the top of the picture to the bottom of where the sky is. (adjust as necessary)

Press Enter to finalize the gradient.

Press F4 to modify the layer properties.

Change the blending mode to taste. (Try Multiply, Overlay, etc.)

Adjust the Opacity of the layer to taste.

Press OK to finalize the image.

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