I had some time to spend... and started to play with this image.
If you want to know my approach to it just download the zipped PDS file and open it with photoshop.
I have no time to write a real tutorial but if you know at least a little PS CS or CS2 you should find it easy to follow.
I've found that not many people are willing to share their secrets about photomanipulation, so this is just to show you how much photoshop can add to a very bad and simple picture.
Just let me know if you like them (I mean both the picture and the "tutorial").
Some more details:
-the sky comes from another exposition of the same scene (handheld so it required some time to get alligned and straight)
-I always capture my photograps as RAW
files so I can use the advantage given by 16bit record (much more informations in them if compared to simple 8bit Jpegs)
-Stay with 16bit
pictures for the whole PS process and convert them to 8bit just when you're finished and ready to save them as Jpegs (you're going to avoid bad colour artifacts that way)
-I always shoot in AdobeRGB
colour depth (again to store as much informations as possible, useful for professional printing) but this system is not compatible with JPG format so you're going to have to convert your picture to sRGB before saving your final JPG or your going to see it very different from what you expected.
edited in 05-03-2007: no reason to see it small I belive...