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LR4 Set It To Remove Chromatic Abberration By Default?

 
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Jun 20, 2012 19:59 |  #1

I have always had Lens Correction on by default and I think it works great. What about having LR remove chromatic abberation on by default? Has any experienced problems? I tried having the setting on an off on pictures that don't have any chromatic abberations/fringing and didn't notice anything bad happening. But I don't have the best eyesight.




  
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Jun 20, 2012 20:01 |  #2

So far, I've found the CA removal stuff in LR4 to be flat out awesome!

I can't see a reason to not leave it on. It won't (or shouldn't) hurt an image where it's not needed.


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Jun 20, 2012 22:41 |  #3

I leave it on as part of the default settings.


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Jun 21, 2012 00:53 as a reply to  @ Higgs Boson's post |  #4

Awesome! Thanks guys. I was worried having the function/setting on since it's usually not a good thing having something correct something that isn't there. But I wasn't able notice anything image degredation and wanted to confirm that I wasn't just me.




  
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Jun 21, 2012 02:47 |  #5

CA Removal can be left on because it is auto-adaptive. IOW, it changes its strength according to the context and when not needed will go down to the minimum. However, the new defringing (below it) is not that way and depends on your input, either from the eyedropper probe or directly on the sliders, and can create haloes if used when not needed or too strong.


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Jun 21, 2012 09:28 |  #6

Yes, beware of using Defringe in the wrong way

https://photography-on-the.net …/showthread.php​?t=1198788
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