To me, everything seemed to have a bit of a soft focus to it. Perhaps it was a bit of wind motion on the tree leaves? Or maybe overuse of noise reduction. The only other comment I would make is that the white balance seems too yellow to me. If you shot in raw, I think both of these things are correctable.
On a side note, that looks like a lovely location.
Thanks for the answer. There was no wind. Yes, I used the chromatic aberration removal that comes with the Сamera RAW. And it really made the picture a little softer and unsharp. I'll try to apply a corrective filter against aberrations selectively. Thanks for the advice.
It also looks oversaturated. I've never seen the chromatic aberration removal tool in Camera Raw making an image soft.
Chromatic aberration should always be corrected, and Lightroom (Classic) is doing a good job in this. I suppose that all raw developing programs have no big trouble correcting that. You can add clarity and texture to improve the micro contrast.
Thanks for the ancwer and advice. I'll do as you say and will add the clarity.
Quizas si hubieses usado un filtro polarizador, ese verde pareceria mas natural y enfocado
You have to really blow it up to see. At 500% (I know) you can see fringing around the tree branches.
Thanks for the answer.
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Thanks everyone for the replies and advice. After editing the photo in accordance with the advice under the post, the photo was accepted