I do not tend to be complicated with my workflow. I try to improve my files through the use of Photoshop but I do not depart from reality. I am not either a Photoshop guru. As you can see, this is a simple shot. There was a brisk rain following a storm and I knew I would be able to find something interesting to shoot in our backyard. We have plenty of flowers this time of year but instead I decided to concentrate my attention on the leaves holding the water of the recent rain. The only thing I did to this file was to saturate the greens to my taste and apply some sharpening. This is from a RAW file but when I shoot JPEG (rare these days) my tendency is to apply no sharpening in camera. Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) I used my Nikon D1X for its superb rendition of colors with the 105 f4 AIS Micro Nikkor lens. Gitzo tripod with Linhof ballhead. Electronic cable release. As I said, the original is a RAW file converted to sRGB and compressed for its use in the web. William Rodriguez Miami, Florida.