1-Minute Fix: How to Correct Chromatic Aberrations Using Photoshop or Lightroom (Shutterbug Video)

Shutterbug columnist Scott Kelby is a Photoshop and Lightroom master. But in the below software tips video, Kelby shows how you don’t need to be an expert to fix a common problem in your images.

Called Chromatic Aberrations (CA) or color fringing, this ugly effect is typically caused by a lens issue, which results in fringes of color appearing along borders that separate the light and dark parts of an image. Most commonly, CA will appear where the edges of a dark building meet a bright sky.

In the past, correcting the problem in software could be a pain in the neck. But in the short video below, Kelby shows you how to fix chromatic aberrations in no time at all.

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