Critique Style Requested: Initial Reaction

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Questions to guide your feedback

This image had a very strong green colorcast. I am curious if I handled it well and how it looks on your monitor ?

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Technical Details

Z8 , f 9.0, iso 640, 24-120 at 58mm

Critique Template

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The green seems to be where it should be - the leaves/plants and doesn’t seem to be adding a tint to the sand. Looks open and airy despite the big tree.

Kris, thank you. This helps me with this color cast problem !

Looks good on my monitor. Lots of green, but where it should be.

Thank you , Bonnie. Your comment helps a lot !

The greens look to be spot on to me as well Ben. The greens coupled with the soft BG light give this scene a wonderful springtime vibe. Nicely done!

Ed, The problem occurred as I was printing the image. I could not get it right. To green ,to dark . Therefore the question.
Meanwhile I have solved the issue. And learned again in photoshop and TK9.
Thank you so much for your interest and time !!