Today there was a rather ridiculous assertion online made that 8 megapixel images look "fuzzy". Thus, here are two versions of the same image taken a few days ago. The subject isn't anything particularly stunning nor is the equipment. The camera is a very elderly Canon XT from 2006 coupled with an older Tamron 17-35. Even the printer in the picture isn't made any more, replaced by a wiFi model.
There is indeed a color cast from the compact fluorescent lamp in the office. In the following image, the image has been corrected for color cast, sharpened a little, the contrast has been tweaked. The saturation remains largely the same but the exposure has been tweaked by 2/3 of a stop. The result is quite pleasing and all the more so since it was all done with Canon's File Explorer.
Checking the image closely, it's possible to see what might look like halation on the printer but what that is in actual fact is dust. There's plenty dust in that office. The following is a crop from the center of the image.