Whenever you have a high contrast area, it’s easy to end up with chromatic aberration in a photo. This often results in a purple or green fringe along the edges of some objects in the photo. When merging HDR photos, this problem can become event worse. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to fix the problem in both Photomatix Pro and then use Adobe Camera Raw to clean up spots.
In this excerpt from my new lynda.com class Up and Running with Photomatix Pro, you’ll learn how to quickly get results. Remember, you can pull down a fully functional demo version of Photomatix Pro as well.
Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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