Well, maybe resolution isn't the right word. I actually decided (unlike most of my commenters) that I like the color corrected image the most. I.e., the image that I globally added more yellow to. Yes, the sky and the lake weren't as blue, but I could just bump up the blue saturation and bring them back to where they were.
The deciding factor for me was the tree. I didn't like the tree being so blue, it looked much better with accurate color. I do, however, REALLY appreciate all of your opinions. They made it much easier for me to figure out my own.
Ok, that's that, now onto some links for you.
Really cool stop motion video of New York, with a tilt-shift effect applied. Worth watching all the way through.
Do you need a new blogging template? There are some here for just $12. They aren't bad looking either.
A little kitchen magnet wisdom never hurt anyone.
A fairly easy way to add a simple border and copyright mark in Photoshop from Canon Blogger.
40 examples of Conceptual Photography. Something I'd love to play with myself, if I ever get around to it.
And if 40 isn't enough for you, check out these 41 Delicious Flower Photographs, over at Digital Photography School.
A pretty complete guide to using aperture in your photography from the Discerning Photographer. If you can shoot on manual and understand exactly what you're doing, this post isn't for you. But if you've ever wondered about f stops or that Av setting, you probably should check this out.
And finally, 7 Things Photographers Should Never Do from Lightstalking. Pretty sound advice, in my opinion.
Well that should be enough to keep you out of trouble for a few hours, at least.
I know this image is really simple, and maybe not that interesting, but there's something about it that gets me. I wasn't all that close to this seagull, but he (or she) was really checking me out. In a thoughtful way.