A ten image focus stack, processed in Helicon Focus Pro. Photo was taken in April, 2017 and reprocessed with HF and Lightroom Classic CC (2018). This Summer and early Fall have been exceptionally poor for outdoor florals, so I am going through images taken in past years (focus stacks) looking for what I feel are outstanding presentations with up to date processing.
There is a decided magenta cast in the lighter areas of the rose. I don’t think it detracts; besides it would be difficult to make any meaningful changes. I would like to know your thoughts on it, and any processing steps to make the change(s) if it would actually improve the image.
Nothing I can think of, but jump in if you want.
Camera Info: Nikon D750, tripod, remote release
Lens: VR 180mm f/2.8G
Focus Mode: Manual
AF-Area Mode: Single
Shutter Speed: 1/50s
Exposure Mode: Aperture Priority
Exposure Comp.: +0.3EV
ISO Sensitivity: ISO 100
55% of full frame
PP in LR/PS CC 2018, Topaz Studio, TK luminosity masking and sharpen for web @ 30%