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01/19/2007 11:32:18 PM · #1
For the first time I'm seeing the need to deal with chromatic aberration- blue fringing in some images. I dutifully went into PSCS2 help to figure out how to correct it, followed the instructions... and nothing changed.

Its really weird, when I'm in the lens tab and I click on one of the "fix fringing" sliders, while I've got the mouse button down the fringing disappears. But then sliding the slider doesn't appear to change anything. When I let go of the mouse button (anywhere on the slider, from -100 to 100), the fringing comes back - and it hasn't changed from the original! The exact same thing happens with both sliders.

Has anyone had any experience with this before?

While I'm asking questions, if my fringing is blue, am I supposed to move the "fix blue/yellow fringing" slider left or right to remove it?

Thanks all in advance for any advice, I appreciate it!
01/21/2007 06:11:04 AM · #2
really? Nobody has any experience with this?
01/21/2007 06:30:37 AM · #3
I usually desature a part of the magentas in Hue/Saturation.


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