As a photographer, I’m sure you’ve experienced a problem of chromatic aberration in some of your lenses. But thanks to the new solution developed at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), this problem might soon be resolved. The recently invented metacorrector will be able to remove chromatic aberration in all kinds of lenses: smartphones, DSLR or mirrorless camera lenses, but also microscopes.
Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw might come with built-in tools for removing chromatic aberration and color fringing, but for those who either prefer to do it themselves or have a bit more control, fine art nature photographer Steve Perry has shared a helpful tutorial on how to remove optical flaws in Photoshop.[Read More…]