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ozzy1

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ozzy1 Registered since 22nd Mar 2011
Sun 01-May-11 10:43 AM

I have taken some acceptable flower pix with a D7K and Micro Nikkor 60mm.
I am editing/retouching in CS5. One picis an azelia which is shades of pink with a yellow top on th stamen, and yellow pollen deep in th flower.

Out of several trial pix, th tip of th stamen comes out green..and th pollen at the base of th stamen virtually turns black...

I have tried painting in yellow at th base, but it takes a green tinge and th result is a mess.

I am printing with an Epson R800.

Any suggestions for a cure?

Yellow seems to be a difficult colour to print.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v343/Ozzy66/Cockfighting-1.gif

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