Cut your fringe

Are your pho­tos plagued by colour fring­ing? Cap­ture NX-D’s lens cor­rec­tion tools have the an­swer...

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What’s the prob­lem?

This photo was taken with a su­per­zoom lens at its max­i­mum fo­cal length. This has pro­duced strong colour fring­ing, which is most vis­i­ble around the cabin of the boat. In­ter­est­ingly, Cap­ture NX-D can cor­rect chro­matic aber­ra­tion caused by non-Nikon lenses too, like this one.

Lat­eral Color Aber­ra­tion

Open the Cam­era and Lens Cor­rec­tions panel and click the Lat­eral Color Aber­ra­tion box. Give Cap­ture NX-D a mo­ment to re-ren­der the im­age. The dif­fer­ence is dra­matic. Cap­ture NX-D seems able to de­tect and fix chro­matic aber­ra­tion with­out the need for ded­i­cated lens pro­files.

Ax­ial Color Aber­ra­tion

Ax­ial colour aber­ra­tion can ap­pear as a softer kind of fring­ing around ob­jects, or it may add a coloura­tion to the blur around out-of­fo­cus ob­jects. This check­box is de­signed to fix it. You may not need it, but it’s worth a try if the Lat­eral Color Aber­ra­tion tool hasn’t done the job.

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