I’ve read a couple of articles about colour correction and colour balancing plus I have loaded up the colorbalanceRGB module so now I’m practically an expert, I just need a couple of hints and tips to finally crack it (that’s a joke by the way!)
Seriously though, I am interested in the ways people can develop the attached image. Its really a rescue job as the photo was taken in the poorly lit Cairo Museum, through glass. Is it possible to get good contrast, and vivid colours, especially the green?
Image was taken with Canon EOS R6 and converted from .CR3 to .DNG with the Adobe tool.
Image licence is Creative Commons.ER6_4097.dng
Here is my best attempt so far:
and the XMP: (8.7 MB) ER6_4097.dng.xmp (9.4 KB)