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Friday, September 30, 2005

2 Minute Tricks # 10 - Chromatic Aberration

This week we will take a look at how to remove Chromatic Aberration also know as Color Fringing. Chromatic Aberration is that purple or cyan color that sometimes outlines objects that are heavily backlit or over exposed in photoshop.

The show's step by step guide is available here.

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3 Comments:

Scott and Heather said...

Great tip! Can't wait to put it to good use. I've always wondered how to fix that problem. Thanks for taking the time to put this site together. It has been greatly helpful.

3:27 PM

 
Kent said...

Hey Scott and Heather,
Glad you liked the trick. I always hate it when I get a shot with that purple fringe, and learning this trick really has helped me out a few times. Hope it serves you well too.

-Kent

9:11 AM

 
Anonymous said...

I've tried Lens Correction in CS2 with limited results - do you find it works as well as your other method?

-Dave

8:11 PM

 

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