Let’s give the scene warmer tones.
Add a Selective color adjustment with these settings:
- Reds: 9 0 0 7
- Yellows: -7 2 17 9
- Blacks -6 0 4 -2
Once again warmer tones. Reddish to be more precise. Add a new layer and set it to Hard Light with Opacity at 50% and Fill at 80%. Pick the color #c45f25 and paint some red light. Use a very low Opacity for the brush. Below you can see my layer.
Now that we added a bit of red light we have to compensate it with shadow. Create a new layer and set it to Soft Light with Fill 56%. Pick a soft brush with low opacity and paint on the edges with black. Below my layer and the result.
Now add a Curves adjustment to give more luminosity to the scene. Drag it so that you will have these settings:
- Output 140 and Input 111
Last adjustment I made was adding a Color Balance.
- Shadows -5 0 -3
- Midtones 0 0 0
- Lights 0 0 -15
If you want you can add a bit of sharpness to the final result. Make a stamp of all layers by clicking Shift + ALT + CRTL + E. Go to Filter > Sharpen > Unsharp Mask
- Amount 148%
- Radius 2
- Threshold 0