Hey, thanks all!
I kept the post work to a minimum, as it was difficult to keep the glare just right, the camera exposure is compensated in Tg, but mainly from a naturalistic point... I wanted to keep it as natural as possible, I.e. Photorealistic....
I do enjoy photo editing but not all images!
For fun though, here is a very quick edit done in snapseed on my iPad .... I used the downloaded jpeg rather than the original 16bit tiff.
It's a bit over the top, but at least you get a bit more foreground visible!
I really like this image, but I am wondering something about a topic recently discussed elsewhere.
I downloaded this image and ran it through an image filter, bringing the foreground color up while leaving the beautiful sky and burst. Can this effect be achieved with a DOF render or another method?
The reason being that I ask. Your rocks and veggies are so great, I hate to see them lost is the glare. it could be my monitor as it is not HD. In that case, I do not know why I question.