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"Remove Chromatic Aberration" woes
« on: September 19, 2015, 03:37:39 pm »

When the Remove Chromatic Aberration setting is on:

 

and when it is off



Lens is Zeiss Batis, Adobe lens profile. Anyone has a clue what is wrong? Is my lens decentered?

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Re: "Remove Chromatic Aberration" woes
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2015, 08:32:18 pm »

What is in the "Profile" for Lens Corrections?
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Re: "Remove Chromatic Aberration" woes
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2015, 10:02:33 pm »

When the Remove Chromatic Aberration setting is on:

 

and when it is off



Lens is Zeiss Batis, Adobe lens profile. Anyone has a clue what is wrong? Is my lens decentered?

Note that what you're showing is not chromatic aberration. It is purple fringing. They are different.

CA is due to the way lenses bend light, and is correctable by a profile. Purple fringing happens when you have areas of extremely high contrast.

LR has a purple fringing setting. Give it a try on this image.
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Re: "Remove Chromatic Aberration" woes
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2015, 12:31:26 am »


Hi,

Is that an out of focus area? It could be axial chromatic aberration. There is a control for that in Lightroom, too. Axial chroma, also known as longitudional chromatic aberration often causes magenta/green fringing in out of focus areas. It is hard to get rid of.

But, I would not expect to see it on the Batis 85.

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When the Remove Chromatic Aberration setting is on:

 

and when it is off



Lens is Zeiss Batis, Adobe lens profile. Anyone has a clue what is wrong? Is my lens decentered?
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Re: "Remove Chromatic Aberration" woes
« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2015, 03:20:57 am »

Thank you for the answers. I think it is normal CA (and long LCA) because it is one color on one side and complementary color on the other. It is in-focus part.
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