Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by Mersad, Oct 22, 2009.
The panorama looks good, but you've got some serious CA that needs to be taken care of if you have the software (Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture ...). Take a look at the cyan "shadow" just above the tree line on the hill. That's to what I'm referring.
I noticed that too. But whatever i did affected the colors in the whole image. I have Photoshop CS3. What is the best tool to fix this?
hi mersad very technical shot. I myself haven't had the chance to shoot panoramic. just some soft cc the image needs a little push on the sharpness side. plus the ca also visibly specially on the trees on the back. The haystack there makes a good focal pint of the entire image.
For me, I use a very stupid way but it works for me, I make two layers, lower the saturation of one of them, and erase the ca part, I hope you understand what I said . If you want me to show you I'll be glad to!
Will try that Al-Wazeer. To you and anyone: feel free to edit this image to get rid of this problem.
REally ? lol, sounds good to me.
I'm going to try it later. If anyone is faster then me, feel free to post.
You say you have Photoshop ... did you shoot the original photos in RAW? If so, then in Photoshop's RAW conversion software, there should be a tab that allows you to correct for CA. If you shot in JPEG, you're out of luck as far as that's concerned.
It's shot in RAW.
I redid it, but now i have a completely other image. I guess i'll have to live with the blue ca in the first one...
Just a fast edit to the sky, It's not perfect I know.
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