This tutorial will teach you to go from this: to this:
Program used PS CS3 no selective colouring involved so I think its translatable.
Step 1: Duplicate base and set to screen 100%
Step 2: Layer > New adjustment layer > Photo filter > Warming filter (85) Density 25 (preserving luminosity checked)
Step 3:Layer > New adjustment layer > Levels enter following values 25, 1.33, 233
Step 4: Layer > New adjustment layer > Curves (this is the complicated bit)
RGB - Output: 156, Input: 137
Red - Output: 207, Input:220
Green - Output: 156, Input: 167
Blue – Output: 100, Input 181
Step 5: Select > all > Edit > copy merged > Edit paste > (or you could just flatten the image if you don’t mind losing all your layers) set at normal 100%
Step 6: Right now your image is looking much better but still blue’ish the next step will fix this. Image > Adjustments > Auto colour
Now we have a more normal colour image but it’s a bit dark so I added the following steps
Step 7: Duplicate your last layer twice and set the first to screen 100%
If you don't have photo filter you could try replacing that step with a colour fill layer of #ec8a00 set to soft light 25% the results aren't as good its a little more orange, but its close.
Hope this helps some one.