Very quick&dirty 30 seconds implementation of the idea from http://meetthegimp.org/hue-slider/
In fact, I did use the hue slider, but pre-gimp - in ufraw. The different shapes of the trees help emphasize the effect.
Worth noting: While making this (two layers with different wb and different ufraw hue settings and one almost transparent layer in burn to enhance the orange tone) took about 30 seconds, it took twice as long for gimp to even display the final image, thanks to still unoptimized gegl code. So it's faster to arrange the layers first and only activate gegl rendering for exporting the image.


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