I'm printing these tulip shots at very large metal prints for a customer. It was fun to revisit and refine the processing and composition. I find that selling images forces me to really up my game, which leads to new learning, and ultimately better photography. It's one of the major benefits for me in selling. Money brings an accountability and attentiveness to detail that I'm glad for. The big lesson with this shot was how to process without blowing out the details in the reds, which would really show up at four feet wide. Most of us know about blowing out the whites, but with a lot of bright colors, especially reds, it's easy to turn them into just a solid blob of color. In this case I held back on my normal small saturation and vibrance adjustments in Lightroom and did all of my color processing in Photoshop, where I have more control.