Another thing that you haven't mentioned. Do you have a shutter remote or are you using the built in shutter timer, this will avoid any camera shake introduced by physically pressing the shutter button.
Don't know anything about your specific camera model but what happens if you stop down to increase the depth-of-field. So try f8 or f11 to increase DOF. You're shooting from a tripod with flash so it should bring everything into focus.
Also, that's a lot of white, might be better to use a piece...
Had another play around myself, taking some ideas from above. I think slightly more muted colours, not so green, works better. Also added a graduated filter from the left side to bring the exposure down on that side.
Didn't even notice the purple hue myself. And don't worry, both of you have done exactly what I asked. I needed some inspiration and ideas on how to treat my photos which was the purpose of the post. :encouragement:
I like what you've done with the colour of the tree trunks and floor covering. I'm not so sure about the shadow on the bottom left of the floor, have you used selective dodge / burn to bring out the middle section of the floor and also darken the left side? That's not something I'd normally...
This is straight from the camera, it was shot in RAW but obviously this is a jpg export. There's a little camera shake when zoomed in, it was a very slow shutter speed. How would you crop, if at all? What about colour grading? Let's see your edits.