Removing chromatic aberration


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Removing chromatic aberration

One of the things that happens occasionally when you're shooting images digitally is that you can get chromatic aberration. This typically happens when you're working with wide-angle lenses. Like with this photograph of this oak tree, if we zoom in on the image, we can do so by clicking in our Navigator panel, say to 1:1 or perhaps even further, say to something like 3:1. What we'll see is that we have this chromatic aberration where we have a color along the edge of these branches. Now again, this tends to happen on the fringes of our photographs, around those edges, and here we can see we definitely have this strange color shift.

Now this isn't limited to wide-angle capture; it happens in other scenarios as well. And you'll start to pick it up as you zoom into your photographs. Well we can fix this by navigating to the Lens Corrections panel, and here all that we need to do is to go down to the Chromatic Aberration controls. In order to correct this, we'll use ...

Removing chromatic aberration
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Removing chromatic aberration provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 3 Essential Training

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Photography
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