Daniel Reetz, the founder of the DIY Book Scanner community, has recently started making videos of prototyping and shop tips. If you are tinkering with a book scanner (or any other project) in your home shop, these tips will come in handy. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn0gq8 ... g_8K1nfInQ

Removing chromatic aberration

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MaxxxM
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Removing chromatic aberration

Post by MaxxxM » 12 Oct 2019, 04:56

Hi all, needing some guidance here. I'm learning about chromatic aberrations, and I get that it happens in many lenses and I understand how and why it happens. The issue I'm having is do I try to minimize it in camera (say, by avoiding the extreme ends of the focal range of my zoom lens) or do I just roll with it and remove it in post?

That brings me to my next question. Which is better at removing chromatic aberrations, Photoshop or Lightroom? I read this article https://deployplace.com/blog/how-deploy ... save-time/ on the subject but it doesn't crown a champion, so to speak. Just wondering if any of you have insights on the topic as I can't seem to find details about which is truly better for the task. Maybe it really is a tie?? Thanks!

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Re: Removing chromatic aberration

Post by dpc » 12 Oct 2019, 11:03

Is your post spam?

The link you posted has nothing to do with chromatic aberration, Photoshop, or Lightroom. Did you make a mistake?

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