Adobe lightroom adding more chromatic abberation to the image

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Apr 30, 2022 Apr 30, 2022

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When enable chromatic abberation correction to image that contain green line - in my case generated by laser level - then it is adding chromatic abberation to image and make it it worse quality.

System Info:

Lightroom Classic version: 11.2 [ 202201281441-a5b5f472 ]
License: Creative Cloud
Language setting: en-PL
Operating system: Mac OS 12
Version: 12.3.1 [21E258]
Application architecture: arm64
Logical processor count: 10
Processor speed: NA
SqLite Version: 3.36.0
Internal Camera Raw version: 14.2 [ 1028 ]
Maximum thread count used by Camera Raw: 5
Camera Raw SIMD optimization: SSE2
Camera Raw virtual memory: 1268MB / 32767MB (3%)
Camera Raw real memory: 1275MB / 65536MB (1%)
Displays: 1) 4096x2160, 2) 3456x2234

Graphics Processor Info:
Metal: Apple M1 Max

Issue: Provide good steps to reproduce the behavior:
Open file greenLaserLine_invalidCorrection.tif in lightroom and apply "remove chromatic abberation"
it will add artifacts to the image like blur + chromatic abberation Cyan and Red

 

Expected result:  Filter should remove chromatic abberation from image.
Actual result: it will add artifacts to the image like blur + chromatic abberation Cyan and Red

 

As a comparison open no_greenLaserLine_goodResult.tif and apply the same filter and no side effect will be visible - filter works as usual.

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Apr 30, 2022 Apr 30, 2022

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I've moved this from the Using the Community forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the LRC forum so that proper help can be offered.

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