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Getting Started with Camera Raw: How to make better pictures using Photoshop and Photoshop Elements, Second Edition by Ben Long

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The Lens Corrections Tab

Some lenses don’t always focus all wavelengths of light to precisely the same point. When this happens, you’ll see bright purple or blue fringes around the edges of high-contrast lines. You’ll most often notice this around the branches of trees or telephone wires, or the edges of buildings if there’s a bright sky in the background (Figure 5.36). This problem is called chromatic aberration, and Camera Raw provides an easy fix for it.

Figure 5.36. Camera Raw’s chromatic aberration tools allow you to eliminate the colored fringes that some lenses produce under certain circumstances.

In the Lens Corrections tab are two ...

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