Frequency Separation to remove Chromatic Abberation and Color Fringes

12/17/2018 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments

Frequency Separation to remove Chromatic Abberation and Color Fringes

In this post-processing tutorial, Michael Breitung shows you how to use Frequency Separation in Photoshop to remove chromatic aberration and color fringing.



This technique can be especially helpful if you are photographing with a wide angle lens, where the automatic chromatic aberration removal in Lightroom might sometimes fail towards the edges.




Junction - This photo took a lot of work to get. And quite a bit of planning. The first time I visited Hong Kong nearly two years ago I already tried to photograph this view. But back then I had the wrong lens. A 16mm lens on a full frame camera was just not wide enough. So when I returned to Hong Kong this year, I rented a Canon TS-E 17mm lens. I was planning to do a Vertorama of the scene to get everything in without having to tilt my camera too much. So far the theory. If you want to know the problems behind taking this photo and how I solved them in the end, head over to my homepage (link in profile) and check my latest blog post, which also has some behind the scenes video from Hong Kong. . . #hongkong #discoverhongkong #asia #hongkongcity #hongkong_visit #lonelyplanet #TLPicks #wonderful_places #awesome_photographers #awesomepix #weroamgermany #CanonHongkong
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About Michael Breitung:


I'm a freelance landscape photographer who also likes to process his photos. On my channel, I show you tutorials about some of my post-processing techniques and from time to time I take you behind the scenes of my landscape photography shoots. I'm constantly trying to improve, so I hope my tutorials will get better and better with time.

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