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Jul 19, 2012 15:27 |  #1

I have read a bunch on getting rid of chromatic aberration but cant get anything to work/ my issue is green fringing and theres a lot of green in my images.
these are from a trip to asia and i have the issue on many of the pictures from the beach.

here is an example taken with: 50d sigma 17-50 17mm f/9

note: i have recently updated to cs6 and cr 7. i have tried lens correction in both with no luck hopefully someone can point me in the right direction.

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Jul 19, 2012 16:16 |  #2

I thought lightroom and ACR were supposed to be nearly identical. I just imported one of the images into LR4.1 (hope you dont mind :) ) and just ticked the Remove CA option and here's the result:

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Jul 19, 2012 17:27 |  #3

In the new acr you have to enable ca correction. It now has its own tab.

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Jul 19, 2012 18:42 |  #4

Temi_D wrote in post #14741239 (external link)
I thought lightroom and ACR were supposed to be nearly identical. I just imported one of the images into LR4.1 (hope you dont mind :) ) and just ticked the Remove CA option and here's the result:

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of course i dont mind! any help is always great! it looks like it worked well on that section

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In the new acr you have to enable ca correction. It now has its own tab.

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its own tab? where might i find it? all ive found is under the lens correction tab a checkbox for remove chromatic aberration no sliders or anything


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Jul 19, 2012 22:06 |  #5

LR 4.1 has a new eyedropper tool for removing purple and green fringing. Perhaps CS6 has the same? Under "Lens Corrections", I believe.


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Jul 19, 2012 22:12 |  #6

In the LR Develop module, in the Tools menu, there is the "Fringe Color Selector".

I don't see any other approach to defringing like there was in the older version, and also, unfortunately, it doesn't show a shortcut to the tool like there is with so many other things...maybe I'm missing something?


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Jul 19, 2012 22:15 |  #7

LR 4.1 (and by extension, the latest ACR) should deal with most fringing simply by clicking the CA correction box in Lens Adjustment.

It's worked great on most every image I've washed through it!


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Jul 19, 2012 22:48 |  #8

Here's the bible by Eric Chan, author of ACR
http://blogs.adobe.com …-correction-controls.html (external link)

Good stuff there. My initial experience with ACR7.x CA has been very good.




  
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Jul 20, 2012 07:37 |  #9

Redcrown wrote in post #14742689 (external link)
Here's the bible by Eric Chan, author of ACR
http://blogs.adobe.com …-correction-controls.html (external link)

Good stuff there. My initial experience with ACR7.x CA has been very good.

Hey, that's a good link, cleared some things up!


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Jul 20, 2012 08:22 |  #10

If I may hijack this, how about ACR 6.x then? Any tricks we should know? I've enabled the auto lens corrections, which works well with vignetting and distorsion, but seems to do little with CA. Any manual steps I need to take?


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Jul 20, 2012 09:12 |  #11

here it is in ACR 7.1.

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Jul 20, 2012 10:16 |  #12

armis wrote in post #14743964 (external link)
If I may hijack this, how about ACR 6.x then? Any tricks we should know? I've enabled the auto lens corrections, which works well with vignetting and distorsion, but seems to do little with CA. Any manual steps I need to take?

The controls should be in the bottom of your Lens Correction tab. There is not a "color" tab, they are just lumped in with the correction/Transform/V​ignetting controls.

At least that's the way it is with LR3.6, and ACR 6.x should mirror those functions.


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Jul 22, 2012 16:33 |  #13

kirkt wrote in post #14744174 (external link)
here it is in ACR 7.1.

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Weird I don't have a color menu just profile and manual :-s


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Jul 22, 2012 16:37 |  #14

Okapple said I had no updates so I did a manual update from acd 7 to 7.1 and found the missing menu. Thanks so much for all the help guys!


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Jul 22, 2012 17:37 |  #15

jdetmold wrote in post #14753292 (external link)
Okapple said I had no updates so I did a manual update from acd 7 to 7.1 and found the missing menu. Thanks so much for all the help guys!

Good deal, was wondering why you were having trouble finding it! That purple/green fringing control was a great addition. I have a cheap 70-300 that is now usable thanks to that new feature. ;)


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