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When considering longitudinal CA, one must see the range of colors as a linear spectrum, rather than a circular color wheel. Infrared light with its very long wavelengths is on one end of the spectrum, ultraviolet with a very short wavelength is on the other. In between you have the visible spectrum: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet in ...
https://photographylife.com/what-is-chromatic-aberration I found this article. Apparently the color changes once you past the focal point in the photo. In the foreground it's violet (just for Stan) and green in the background. Hope this helps.
This shape together with the hardness of the lens causes light rays to be redirected, they are bent inward as they transverse the lens. This action is called refraction. The light rays are caused to trace out a shape that resembles a cone of light. The length of this cone is measured when imaging a far distance object. This distance is labeled the focal ...
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