Spent a few hours in Sequim WA where the lavender is in bloom. Very lovely fields, various shades of purple flowers, well manicured green grass, plantings of vibrant red poppies and the occasional yellow sunflower. I'm sure that running a lavender farm is a full time job, much like any other job, but at this time of year I wonder if one gets paid to work there or has to pay for the opportunity.
As I was "Chimping" the pictures I was taking I couldn't help wondering just how to deal with the red colors, which as expected look too pink to me. The fix was much simpler than expected. I use Apple's Aperture to manage my image files and the adjustment tools it offers are quite comprehensive. One of the boxes is labeled "Color" and offers an eyedropper tool to adjust Hue, Saturation, Luminance and Range of the color selected. I selected the pink and moved the Hue slider about 11 clicks toward the yellow side. The results are very good and toggling quickly between the original and adjustment shows me no variation in any other color at all.
So easy even I can do it. I am quite certain that CS3 offers similar capabilities. I also expect that Elements, iPhoto, and a host of other tools also have this capability. It's also possible that SPP has some abilities here as well but I don't know for sure.