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Old February 4th, 2013, 06:33 PM
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Chromatic Aberration

What is the best way to correct chromatic aberration with PSE9? Nikon Kid once posted a tutorial on this but I can't find it. I do remember he used an adjustment layer and I tried it with PSE6 but can't find the same adjustment with PSE9. Of course I have adjustment layers but that's as far as I get. I'm posting the image in case anyone feels like working with it and letting me know what you did. I do deeply appreciate any help.

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Old February 5th, 2013, 04:07 PM
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Re: Chromatic Aberration

I'm not sure under what heading it might be in elements Jerry, but try in Filters> lens correction.
You may have a lens correction tool in ACR if you are shooting RAW.

Ultimately you should be looking for Lens Corrections.
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Re: Chromatic Aberration

Unfortunately John I don't have a lens correction option under filters. I did view a video on You Tube about correcting CA in Elements and I was able to make a minor correction but nothing significant. I probably won't have to deal with it that often (hopefully). Thanks for replying.

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Re: Chromatic Aberration

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Unfortunately John I don't have a lens correction option under filters. I did view a video on You Tube about correcting CA in Elements and I was able to make a minor correction but nothing significant. I probably won't have to deal with it that often (hopefully). Thanks for replying.

Jerry
From looking around, it would seem that adobe left this feature out of elements.
You'll have to use a desaturation method and mask the parts you don't want desaturated.
I don't know if this is the video you saw, but it might help.
http://www.photoshopelementsuser.com...with-elements/
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Old February 6th, 2013, 02:04 PM
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Re: Chromatic Aberration

Thanks John,

This is not the one I saw but very similar to it. I've got this one bookmarked now. I've got two instruction manuals on PSE9 but for some reason can't get myself motivated enough to sit down and really learn the techniques. I used to try to convince myself that some day I would but so far to no avail. In both my manuals I checked the index for CA but saw nothing mentioned. I believe I remember PSE6 having a lens correction option. But if so why would they not include it on PSE9? I may be mistaken about that though which would certainly not be my first mistake and far from my last one.

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Re: Chromatic Aberration

Do you have Lightroom? Easily fixed there
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