Editing Toolbox: How to Identify and Remove Chromatic AberrationMay 06, 2022
By Craig Turner-Bullock
Chromatic Aberration is unavoidable. Some lenses are more prone to it than others, certain lighting conditions can cause it and shooting at wide apertures can exaggerate the appearance of Chromatic Aberration.
It's something every photographer will encounter.
But guess what? It's pretty easy to remove from your images when it does appear.
So what is Chromatic aberration and how do you fix it?
In this Editing Toolbox video, I'll explain everything and show you some super simple ways of tackling Chromatic Aberration in Adobe Lightroom.
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