Chromatic aberration (CA) can be a pain, especially in high contrast situations. It’s also called colour fringing. It’s most common in inexpensive consumer lenses, but pro glass is not immune. Shooting at extreme wide or tiny apertures can introduce it quickly even with the best gear.
You can take care of most chromatic aberration within Lightroom or ACR. Sometimes, though, only Photoshop can do the job well. In his new video, Jimmy McIntyre’s going to show you five different ways of dealing with it.