Mon 11-Mar-13 12:43 AM | edited Mon 11-Mar-13 01:16 AM by horns64
I shoot raw NEF's. On some of them, I get a slight magenta edge on some objects - usually tree limbs at top of photo with light sky. Just got back from Sequoia. Seeing the problem on snow. Any way to correct this with camera settings and/or photoshop? Thanks! Just dsicovered it's called color fringing and Nikon Capture might solve the problem via color aberration control. Anyone with experience?
Sun 17-Mar-13 07:19 PM | edited Sun 17-Mar-13 07:21 PM by JimH
I've seen instances where tree branches in front of a warm sky kind of get burned through, even when shooting with the sun behind me, resulting in a Magenta cast. Some instances the branch actually looks thinner. And this can show up in the center of the frame, not just the corners. It's not CA in those cases.
This goes way way back to the Eighties. I first noticed it it when I switched from using a Minolta camera & lens to Nikon. I wasn't happy about it but I learned to put up with it. A long story goes with this, but I dont want to get long winded and it should probably be discussed in the Lens forums.
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