Went for a walk around Loch Clair last week, wondeful reflections were had, but being midday and quite gloomy I had no expectations of any good photos. But some jiggery pokery on Photoshop seems to have brought something out.
Firstly I created two outputs from the RAW, one for the land and one for the sky and combined both layers using a mask in Photoshop. This composite was still a rather flat image as there was no real light in the trees which still looked dull.
So my first step was to create a new black and white adjustment layer and set the blending mode of luminosity as circled below. I played with each colour channel in the panel. As you can see I sucks the colour out of the image.
Next I made a Hue/Saturation adjustment layer and brought the universal master saturation back up. This makes the blues too strong so I individually brought the blue channel saturation down.
Finally I created a quick curves adjustment layer to darken the sky a little bit and masked out the land.