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Easy Rider
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kodacolor200 wrote:

Easy Rider wrote:

Its also pretty easy to avoid or treat.

Oh okay, how?


When shooting , stop down your lens. With most decent primes (the Canon is certainly decent) it should be a non issue by f4 -5.6 gone at f8-11. It also depends on the contrast of the scene. But even the best glass costing $1000’s will show varying degrees of CA in certain situations.

To fix in post . Load the lens profile to will apply factory corrections for CA and distortion. If using LR or PS go into manual lens corrections, there are two defringing sliders. one for purple one for green. There are other more manual methods but they are far more time consuming for little gain.

Hey, I'm using lens profiles and the ca / fringing is still there.

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Canon EOS Rebel SL1 Canon EF-S 24mm F2.8 STM Adobe Photoshop CS6 extended Adobe Camera Raw 7
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