Turn any photo into a dot grid artwork with these Photoshop actions. You'll get great results with dots that change size. They get larger in brighter areas and smaller in darker areas. Free download available.
Now go to Image >Adjustments >Variations to change the colour of the whole scene. First click on ‘More Blue’, then on ‘More Cyan’. Click ok.
Then to sharpen the image, go to Filters > Sharpen > Smart Sharpen. Keep the Amount: 131 and Radius: 1.3px.
To adjust the shadows and highlights, go to Image > Adjustments > Shadows/Highlights and set the following values shown below:
To create some final effects, I added a Curves layer to give the scene a slightly yellowish tone:
Then apply a Color Balance adjustment to enhance the lighting:
I wanted to add some contrast to the whole image. So create a Gradient Map adjustment layer. Go to Layer >New adjustment layer >Gradient map. And apply those values (the numbers indicate the color codes). Set the blending mode to soft light and opacity 16%
Add Curves adjustment again to brighten some part of the scene. Fill the layer mask with black and use a white brush to bring back the brightening effect from the sky, mountains and the surrounding areas near the bottle.
Then apply a Color Lookup adjustment, select ‘filmstock_50’ and decrease the opacity to 15%.
Group all these adjustments together and name it ‘Final Adjustments’.
And finally, select the topmost layer and hit Cmd/Ctrl+Shift+Alt+E to merge all the visible layers into a single layer.
Name this layer, say Camera Raw Filter. Go to Filter > Camera Raw. Prior applying the filter, convert this layer into smart object by going to layer > smart objects > convert to smart object.
Use the values shown below: