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best way to deal with chromatic aberration?

it’s so distressing i’m not sure if i spelled it right. spent the whole evening wondering if i’ll ever make a digital photo that i can live with. any techniques/tricks/shortcuts/glimmers of hope?

by amit dahan at 2006-08-27 08:25:19 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) toronto , Canada | Bookmark | | Report spam→

do you mean in terms of dealing with it once it’s part of a raw file, or techniques to avoid it while shooting?

by Ed Giles | 27 Aug 2006 11:08 | Newtown, Sydney, Australia | | Report spam→
If you can, avoid zoom lenses to minimize fringing.
Also, shooting in RAW gives you a chance to control it further.
After opening the file in Photoshop Raw converter,
go to Lens and hold the Option key (Mac) to work on
one color at a time.

by [former member] | 28 Aug 2006 04:08 | Brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
i will be interested in techniques to deal with both cases… once its part of a RAW file and techniques to avoid it in the first place! :) (sorry for cutting in) :)

by [former member] | 28 Aug 2006 04:08 | Dubai, United Arab Emirates | | Report spam→

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amit  dahan, Teacher/Photographer/Writ amit dahan
Toronto , Canada
Ed Giles, Photojournalist Ed Giles
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