I'm having problems editing an image.
I've edited it as I usually do by adjusting exposure, adjusting the filmic module a bit, and fiddling a bit with highlights and shadows with colour balance.
Focus with contrast equalizer and a bit of local contrast.
The thing is that my colleagues tell me that the colours in the houses look strange, dull and that there is little contrast in the lights and those facades (the sky seems to look good to everybody).
And the truth is that I think they are right, I have tried to give it more life and bring out some more detail and contrast in those facades, but I can't achieve a natural look.
If I force too much I get unnatural results with colours that are a little bit steely.
This is the result I have obtained, using the settings I attach in the link I put at the end with the xmp and the raw.
The photo with a neutral development as it comes out of the Ansel after opening it is this one:
Let's see if any of you can tell me what could be wrong with my editing and how to improve it.
The raw and the editing file can be downloaded from the following link (they will be available for a week, the maximum that we transfer allows me):
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