--- Post-processing: I upped the highlights (that means the light parts get more light) and I lowered the lowlights (the dark parts get more dark) in Faststone, which causes the overall (kind of) shinyness, and I upped the contrast and reduced the noise. Location: Drie, the Netherlands.
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I state the post-processing: obviously, since I didn't change the colours in post-processing I am not intending to say that I did.
I am not going to state all the camera settings in every description, that's too much work. But as always, if you or anybody else is interested in the camera settings you can always ask. It's not a secret of any kind.
I'd appreciate it if you don't jump to the wrong conclusions though.
Yes, exactly. I think it must have something to do with this current crisis in dealing with purple spotted sheep. I think it is bad business for this current sheepmarket. Although I see your point as well. A lot of it could be solved simply by using yellow.