Have you ever heard of the term chromatic aberration also known as fringing? I bet you've seen it in your photos before.

Chromatic aberration is easy to spot when you get it.

It shows up in your photos as a blue, purple or green colored fridge or outline on a subject.

Most of the time this happens in areas of a photo where you have a dark to light hard transition.

Like a bright sky behind a dark tree.

Check out the below video, I'll explain and show you what chromatic aberration is and how you can easily fix it with Lightroom.

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