Mixing Colored Gels with Photoshop's Photo Filters - Part 2

The next few posts will be a continuation of the theme initiated in Part 1. The retouching is exactly the same as presented in Part 1 with one exception: the White Balance is not changed, but left "As Shot" in the initial Lightroom processing. The white balance was set to Flash in the camera.

Another variation will be shown, again using the blue gel on the flash behind Tiffany. To start, here is the retouched image from Photoshop:

The retouched image of Tiffany.

The retouched image of Tiffany.

This time, the Warming (81) Photo Filter was added:

The Warming (81) filter has been added.

The Warming (81) filter has been added.

As might be expected when mixing blue and warm hues, the result has a slightly greenish cast. Here is the semi-black and white version, with the black and white layer set at 70% opacity:

The semi-black and white version.

The semi-black and white version.

The result has a completely different, rather vintage look to it.