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Chromatic aberration


carper123 Plus
9 1.3k 8 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2020 2:12PM
Please find attached image, the pier legs, suffering from chromatic aberration, i only have elements 15 and i cannot find a way to remove entirely, any advice would be appreciated.
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23 Nov 2020 3:22PM
I believe that Adobe Camera Raw is free and if you can download the latest version of that then there is an excellent CA removal tool. It is under 'Optics'. but to be honest with you I can't see any CA. I do need new contact lenses but if it is there I think it is virtually unnoticeable.

it is version 13.02.
Philh04 Plus
15 2.2k United Kingdom
23 Nov 2020 3:50PM

Quote:I believe that Adobe Camera Raw is free and if you can download the latest version of that then there is an excellent CA removal tool. It is under 'Optics'. but to be honest with you I can't see any CA. I do need new contact lenses but if it is there I think it is virtually unnoticeable.

it is version 13.02.


I believe you also need to download bridge. Is this a raw file?
Philh04 Plus
15 2.2k United Kingdom
23 Nov 2020 4:08PM
Just to add... If it is a raw file you can use Elements+ to unlock many features including chromatic aberration removal in ACR, a small cost of 12 USD.
Elements+
banehawi Plus
16 2.4k 4200 Canada
23 Nov 2020 4:44PM
Too small to see chroma. You can load large in the Critique Gallery.
23 Nov 2020 4:49PM
there is a bit of green fringing around those pillars when you look at it full screen, ACR is an excellent choice as mentioned above and is what I use,

you can also open other file types other than raw in ACR too, Jpg, bmp etc although I think you now have to use bridge or if you have any of the CC products
23 Nov 2020 6:04PM
Clicking the image in the comment will show a version up to 2000px depending on what was uploaded.
chase Plus
15 2.0k 516 England
23 Nov 2020 8:23PM
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I took the liberty of downloading the larger file, took it into Photoshop and used the Camera Raw filter on a separate layer. It seemed to do a fair job but by the looks of it you have already had a go so I cloned back the bits that looked like you almost desaturated with the clone tool set to 'colour'
Converte to sRGB.
banehawi Plus
16 2.4k 4200 Canada
24 Nov 2020 3:15PM
Now that I know how to download the large image, (thanks Rick) I used PS 2021 to address the chromatic aberration.20793_1606230914.jpg

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