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Taken with FUJIFILM X-T1

  • 60 mm
  • 10/2000
  • f f/2.8
  • ISO 200
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Ostravaczech,  there is something odd in this picture. The green stems in the center of the flower look like added in post processing by cut and past from another image. They are too sharp and do not blend with the somewhat softer yellow part of the flower beneath them. Just my impression?

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10 hours ago, MarcoDebiasi said:

Ostravaczech,  there is something odd in this picture. 

Thanks for your comment.  I do agree that the stamen looks out of place but no copying and pasting was done. Perhaps, I went little nuts with the color and sharpening.  Here's the original image.


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16 hours ago, MarcoDebiasi said:

Thanks for the explanation. Indeed the original image looks more natural.

I do agree, @MarcoDebiasi.  Next time, I will be more careful with the saturation and sharpness sliders.... :)

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