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I used Aperture to tweak the colors and saturation. Appreciate any feedback.
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Looks great. Very sharp, good detail, and perhaps what you're looking for in an answer, is that color looks natural. As for saturation, hard to say. Doesn't look over saturated, but it's hard to tell without the original to compare it with. I like it though.

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I disagree, doesn't look sharp at all.

Exposure looks good though
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I should find the original. I did bring out the greens and yellows, it isn't as sharp as it could be, I narrowed the DOF on to the lioness, that's why the fur on the Lion might appear a bit out of focus.

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