Chromatic Abberation

Started May 5, 2013 | Questions thread
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Steve Bingham
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Re: Yes! Easy

Toermalijn wrote:

Steve Bingham wrote:

In ACR, when converting to tiff, go to the lens icon. Under the Color tab, make sure the Remove Chromatic Aberation box is checked. Under the Profile tab, make sure your particulat lens is selected (vignetting and dsitortion). Done.

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Not sure acr is in elements...

You might be right. It IS in Elements, but perhaps it does not have this feature (Elements uses a slightly crippled version of ACR). Someone with Elements 11 might want to jump in.

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