Discussion in 'Nature & Wildlife' started by dannylightning, Nov 11, 2015.
titmouse 20151110-DSC_3828 by Daniel Caldwell, on Flickr
Any chance of trying to reduce the CA in the branch?
i tried to use the lens correction option to reduce it but it did nothing, not sure how else to do that using lightroom
I'm not near my personal computer, so I'm not sure of the exact sliders/names, but you can use the sliders to have LR remove blue CA. I'll see what I can do when I get home.
i tried a bunch of weird sliders that i never use. in the lens correction and camera calibration options and nothing seemed to help. i guess its not a huge deal..
I agree - super cute!! Nice shot.
Go to lens correction tab, select colour and use the dropper tool here. Move it to the purple fringe and click it.
Nice photo btw
Correct / Remove Chromatic Aberration in Adobe Lightroom
And what Jaomul said.
that got rid of most if it, thanks... glad you guys helped me out on how to do that.. that will come in handy.
Are you going to re-post?
here you go.. definitely looks better. thanks..
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