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    I like the scene, but the colour seem a bit 'off' - especially the sky. Are you working on a calibrated monitor?
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    Probably not, since I'm not familiar with the term "calibrated monitor. Probably added too much blue in after processing.
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    A calibrated monitor is one that has been color calibrated for color accuracy. google something like "montitor color calibration".With that being said, I've occasionally seen blue tinges in a cloud cover like that, and I don't think thats a color problem here. what I do think i see (on a calibrated monitor) is a bit of excess yellow in the green tones.
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    OK, I toned down the yellow in the leaves on the tree, the blue in the sky and some brightness in the sky. I'm wondering now if the pop is gone.
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    I like this picture, but i looks like a great color fringing is on the branches - green fringing

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    I like this picture, but i looks like a great color fringing is on the branches







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