Posts Tagged ‘RAW’

What is Chromatic Aberration and how to correct it in Adobe Camera RAW

1. What is Chromatic Aberration Chromatic aberration or color fringing is a common issue caused by camera’s lens distortion. It is a failure of the lens to focus all the colors to the same convergence point. Less sophisticated lenses and wide angle lenses are more prone to produce color fringing. Chromatic aberration is visible in photos…

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RAW Editing – Learn the Secrets of Effective Noise Correction

Have you ever photographed a spectacular night scene – a cityscape, landscape, or maybe even a moody portrait lit with a dim light? When it comes to capturing dramatic, moody scenes, the more you know what you are doing – the better the final results. Shooting in low light can be technically demanding, but having…

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