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Chromatic Aberration

Fixing Chromatic Aberration in ACR 7.1

August 10, 2012

Shortly after Photoshop CS6 was released, Adobe provided a very useful update to users of the Camera Raw plugin: brand new tools for removing CA or chromatic aberration! CA is the fancy term given to the fuzzy "color fringes" that we often see, in shots taken under bright light. Just zoom in between 100-300%, and as you pan around the subject, check the high contrast edges. Subjects shot against a bright skies or lights are particularly vulnerable to displaying CA. Fortunately there's a very easy solution in Camera Raw 7.1 that requires only a few clicks. Let's take a look. [More]