Oil bubbles on water, need help with post processing

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  1. kalni

    kalni TPF Noob!

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    Hi there,

    I want everyone's opinion about the saturation and exposure of this pic.
    To me it looks a tad overexposed and oversaturated. I did light PP processing
    to make it a little darker as the original looked a little hazy and whitish.

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    Also C&C welcome :)
     
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    It lacks inspiration, imo. For example, those drops are begging to be used as a refracting lens.
     
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    Thanks for the suggestion, I am very new with photography, can you please
    tell me if I will be able to take advantage of the refractive index of the drops
    with my 18-55mm kit lens or will I need a macro lens for it ? Also can you link
    me to a few examples showcasing the same.
     
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