I'd like some input on the following image from anyone knowledgeable in photo editing whether it's in RAW or Photoshop, etc. I really like the photo because it's a more candid (less posed) shot of my wife and I feel it belongs in a frame in our house. It holds significance as part of our honeymoon as well.
I started working with the image in Camera RAW for white balance, color correction, bringing back the building in the background and coloring it, and bringing the exposure of the subject up about a step.
Then I brought it into Photoshop to work on some of the more intricate corrections like removing the hair from her face and reducing the glare on the glasses. All in all it could probably use a little more photoshop magic but this is the very first image I've put a lot of time in to make it a "wall-hanger"
That all being said, if there are any other photoshop techniques or corrections you'd recommend I'd gladly accept any constructive criticism. I'm working with a Nikon D80 so I don't think I can achieve nearly the quality that some of you with pro DSLRs can get but any advice to make the image perfect would be great. Thanks!
Here's the original file converted RAW>JPEG
Here's the edited file converted RAW>JPEG