I agree as well. I suspect given another one of his photos recently posted, his camera WB is set to high toward the blues and that a simple in camera adjustment would cure this.
Wait!... What!?... MFDB not delivering mind-boggling color fidelity straight out of camera!?
I agree with you Tony. The white balance is too cold. I tried to push the WB to +20 in Camera RAW. Changing the WB brings out the yellows/greens of the foliage. I could have done more but this is just a 10-second tweak.
Thanks friends for your interests.
It's not about the camera. It's me. If you don't like it, blame on me. If you like it, give me a credit. Camera is just a tool. Holga can make a great photo. I have one myself.
It's was quite dark when I took this photo so the color was about right.
The previous photo I posted was a blue hour and the picture was blue. I can't change it to be daylight. The cameras were different, the previous one was D800E, this one was DF with IQ180.
I always compare the final photo with the raw file and do not make the photo looks too different from the actual one. I wants the photo to preserve my memory, not to alter it too much. I think people just have a different philosophy for photography.
Thanks Francois..I like your version.