Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 72: Chromatic Aberration

by Anthony Morganti

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This is the 72nd episode of Lightroom Quick Tips where I give a quick Lightroom tip.

In this episode of Lightroom Quick Tips I explain what chromatic aberration is and I demonstrate how to deal with it in Lightroom.

 


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One comment to Lightroom Quick Tips – Episode 72: Chromatic Aberration

  • Don Dement  says:

    Hi, Anthony – I like your style of frequent tips with examples. But in this tip, your graphic has the colors backwards. Red light has a longer wavelength, and is bent less than other colors. This means that red would be the least bent in the image and the ray line would be closer to the center, while blue would be the most and occupy the outer ray line.

    Otherwise, keep up the good work.
    Don

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