- Feb 20, 2008
- Reaction score
- Whitehouse, OH
What camera are you using? Are you shooting in RAW? Odd that even the original image has the polyp "pop". Possibly due to the sharpening effect.Here is what was done to it:
-I didn't touch the saturation
-I tried to dial back the blue and the green
-I sharpened it a little
-I adjusted the highlights to try to compensate for overexposed white in the new growth tips
I am pretty good at growing corals, and I never claimed to be good at photography. I use outdated Apple Photos to process the images that come off of my underwater point and shoot camera when I turn the dial to the little fishy icon.
Just trying to show people some corals that are not easy to find photos of online and put them in one searchable place. Take it or leave it please.
And quickly becoming one of my favorites, a no name spathulata with yellow base, blood red polyps, and purple tips. Dont ask for frags
very nice I’m really liking the old school look of red corals. While some of these newer corals look amazing under high blues, red corals just look great under more daylight lighting.