This is the original RAW image I worked with for this task.
I adjusted the colour temperature of the image, making it look a little warmer.
I adjusted the tint of the image, again making it look a little warmer.
Here, I made the exposure of the image higher.
I adjusted the fill light of the photograph.
I adjusted the tone curve, decreasing the lights and increasing the darkness, however keeping the highlights the same.
I increased the contrast of the image to make the buildings stand out more from the sky.
This print screen shows how I adjusted the sharpening of the image.
This shows how I adjusted the noise reduction of the photograph.
I adjusted the colour using the HSL/ Grayscale tool.
I adjusted the colour of the photograph using the split toning tool.
Here, I enabled lens profile corrections.
I didn’t adjust anything using the camera calibration tool.
Using the white balance tool I adjusted the image to give it the effect of it being evening.
This is a basic example of using the crop tool.
I used the adjustment brush tool to make the clouds look darker and slightly stormy.
This is an example of what effects can be created by using the graduated filter tool.
This is a basic example of using the rotate tool.
I used a combination of tools to create this final image.