Weird monochrome fringe on intensely colored flower, wtf is happening here?

Started Jul 27, 2014 | Questions thread
OP CreeDo Senior Member • Posts: 1,619
Re: Weird monochrome fringe on intensely colored flower, wtf is happening here?

The camera picks up and passes uv light to the processor? Why would it color that light as basically dark gray? I dunno. I shot the same flower today, was a bit more overcast, this time using a 50mm 1.2 prime. No fringe. So, something to do with the lens?

Wonder if it has to do with these special coatings that reduce chromatic aberration. Which is often a certain shade purple.

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