The Next Level of Removing Chromatic Aberrations

Hey, gang – as promised here’s a follow-up to my earlier “one-click” solution for getting rid of those nasty purple and green color fringes along the edges of things in your image. This technique takes it up a notch by showing what to do when the one-click solution doesn’t work. Luckily, it’s quick and easy.

Hope you found that helpful. 🙂

Today is the last day to enter for your chance to win the same Profoto B1x Strobe I used in that behind-the-scenes fashion shoot video I shared here on Friday

We’re partnering with ProfotoUSA on this awesome giveaway, and all you have to do to enter is….enter (it’s not a photo competition – it’s a giveaway).

Here’s what you get if you win:

  1. A Profoto B1X (Like the ones I used in the video)
  2. Profoto Air Remote (you get one that works with your brand of camera)
  3. Profoto Softlight Reflector

The whole package is right around $2,800 and you could win it — but you can’t win if you don’t enter in it.

Here’s the link to enter.

Good luck, everybody, and have a great Monday!

Best,

-Scott

P.S. Are you coming to spend the day with me learning Lightroom? My seminar is in Washington DC on Friday, August 17th. Come on out. 

 

Author: Scott Kelby

Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Editor of "Lightroom magazine"; Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books. You can learn more about Scott at http://scottkelby.com

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  1. Spreading the purple and green hue sliders enough to remove the c.a. also reduces the overall saturation. Guess there is no free lunch.

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  2. Scott, thanks for this tip as the one click wasn’t fixing C.A. for me. Also happy to see it works with my older Lr version 5.71.

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  3. My takeaway from the GRID preview is there are lots of papers flying around 🙂
    I kid, love the show and all the great tips.

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  4. I must be lucky : I never used those sliders, the eyedropper of same panel does the job pretty well.

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    • I’m saving that eyedropper trick for a different post, but you’re right – it does a great job, too! 🙂

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  5. Great tip Scott! While I knew of the auto option, I was unaware you could adjust manually and to that degree of accuracy. Well done!

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