Springalicious, a set on Flickr.
I have been reading a book written by Dan Margulis. "His Professional Photoshop series (first edition 1994, currently in its fifth edition, 2006) is widely viewed as an authoritative work in the field of digital color correction of photographs." (Wikipedia)
For the first time in my life I'm starting to see colors. Dan Margulis has opened a gate to me. I never knew color spaces, curves, unsharping masks could alter a picture the way the photographer pictured it in their mind.
I was trembling in excitement I couldn't leave my camera in the bag. So I put the book aside today and took a set of fresh pictures of Rostock's blossoming spring flowers, went back home and started the magic.
And here are my results.