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Deb James
BetterPhoto Member Since: 5/29/2006


I have two images of aspens in my gallery. The "bluer" image is more true to the actual scene. However, when you look at the branches that contact the blue sky, you'll see a lot of blue fringing. It's so apparent that the branches actually look blue. The other image is the same with a much warmer white balance. Although this helped the fringing, it did not entirely get rid of it. I know there's a fix for chromatic abberration in Adobe Raw, but I've tried that and it does not help.

Does anyone else know of a way to get rid of this fringing short of trying to clone it away?


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9/27/2006 3:32:10 PM

Deb James
BetterPhoto Member Since: 5/29/2006
  Thanks, but I've answered my own question! :)

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9/27/2006 3:45:48 PM

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