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And I think I got it pretty well in focus. About time.
I loved the colors, so I added a bit of saturation and contrast. Not too much though, most of that color is natural. The subject was backlit, so I had some weird exposure issues. I compensated by taking about 30 identical pictures with various metering modes, etc. This one turned out best. I also tried kind of a reverse-vignette thing. I added a layer on top which was a white-to-transparent radial gradient with its origin in the center of the flower. The blending mode was set to "Soft Light" and the layer opacity was only about 20%, but I think it helps draw my eye in a little better, especially considering the main focus of the shot isn't as well in focus as some other areas, and isn't in the center of the photo.