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Processed Cherries

Processed Cherries

Normally I don't do much tweaking to images before uploading them except for a bit of brightness/contrast if called for, sharpening and cropping.
I felt like playing around with this a bit - would appreciate some feedback as to whether it' attractive or a 'dog's dinner'.
On a dull dreary day these blossoms in the office car park were a welcome reminder that spring has arrived.

Nikon D7000
1/1000s f/2.0 at 35.0mm iso640 full exif

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rogerdbi18-Oct-2014 05:12
Tom LeRoy29-Feb-2012 09:57
I am with Carl, you did a great job. It is amazing to see cherry blossoms in February. I better get out and check the neighborhood! V!
tinkerb28-Feb-2012 20:27
Spring has sprung! Still waiting for the Daffs here. Love the delicate shade of pinks and the flower detail.
Patricia Kay28-Feb-2012 19:25
Works for me...I think your pp has brought out the details wonderfully...Beautifl Spring image Mairead...BV
exzim28-Feb-2012 17:31
Might be a little dark, but its very good with the strong color like that and too light might spoil it. So just a touch on the brightness
globalgadabout28-Feb-2012 15:14
a bit extra on colour and contrast perhaps...still the boldness suits these hardy harbingers of spring..
pkocinski28-Feb-2012 13:31
Looks beautiful to me - can't really say you hurt the shot because I can't tell what you did!
Neal Nye28-Feb-2012 12:06
I'm sure whatever you did only made it better! A lovely spring image!
lou_rozensteins28-Feb-2012 08:31
Looks bright and attractive, a sure messenger of spring. You post-processing is not distracting, so must be ok!
Sheila28-Feb-2012 03:38
I can't tell what you've done so it must be ok. Pretty image.
Carl Carbone28-Feb-2012 01:23
Looks good to me. I wouldn't have know it was processed if you didn't say so, and that is often the best kind of post-processing. ;-) Nice work.
Karen Stuebing27-Feb-2012 23:10
I think they're beautiful and to be honest, I find the post processing very subtle. Lovely flowers and color. V.
Frank Brault27-Feb-2012 23:01
Gorgeous, with lovely light and colors. V
Frank Kavanagh Photography27-Feb-2012 22:34
Looks great to me anyway, ah Spring.
Excellent work Mairéad.V.
Alan K27-Feb-2012 22:17
I think it's worked; you've maintained the textures of the flowers, maintained the essential colours, the background colours are nicely abstract for the foreground flowers to rest upon. (Or, more precisely, to pop out from.)
Johnny JAG27-Feb-2012 22:16
Looks pretty good for a dogs dinner. Seriously good processing
Stephanie27-Feb-2012 22:02
Spring has most certainly arrived in your neck of the woods! What a beautiful and cheerful image! V
John Reynolds27-Feb-2012 21:51
Excellent colours. V.
Brian Samuel27-Feb-2012 21:49
They are a hit! The colour is very 'Springy', for these early blossoms.
LynnH27-Feb-2012 21:46
Thinking about it, I like it because it feels modern. Most cherry blossom photos are more staid, like Japanese water colors. This cherry POPS!
sue anne27-Feb-2012 21:46
Lovely pinks !
LynnH27-Feb-2012 21:45
I happen to like the strong colors and contrast! V
Ann...27-Feb-2012 21:42
The prettiest pink. I love the detail.
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