I know it is possible to avoid purple fringing using post-processing software's chromatic aberration correction capabilities but I have a few pictures where the one I'm using (Rawtherapee on Linux) ...
Some of my photos taken in bright daylight with film era lenses show purple fringing. To remove it I have tried: Bibble 5, does not seem to have any way of doing this. I used the hue-saturation ...
I'd like to have suggestions to prevent color fringing as much as possible; ideally, when taking pictures, i.e., before post-processing. I understand that overexposed images may cause color fringing, ...
What can I do avoid fringes around a subject in my pictures? My camera is a bridge camera (namely a fujifilm hsr20).
I have looked on my new 50mm lens photo (I have Nikon D90) and I see "purple fringing" around the unfocused objects (longitudinal chromatic aberration). What's is going on? Is it common for this lens ...
I make many product photos for the company I work for. For this I use Canon 400D with two external flash devices Walimex CY-600K. I've noticed an interesting effect on many of the photos I take with ...