Quick way to get rid of blue tones on white background/shadows?

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gordonpritchard Veteran Member • Posts: 4,542
Re: Quick way to get rid of blue tones on white background/shadows?
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Zeee wrote:

Zeee wrote:

That kinda looks like fringing to me.

I just applied CA removal in LR. I tried defringe using the eye dropper and it didn't do anything.

I think you're right. It's chromatic aberration and most RAW (if not all) converters in editing apps have simple tools to eliminate it either in a RAW or JPEG image.

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