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Oct 28, 2020

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How can I get rid off this red and green line from my photo? I think one of the channel need to be moved but I don't know how to do it properly. I've started editing my photo in Camera Raw then this issue occurred in Photoshop. Thanks for any help.photoshop issue.png

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Use Filter -Camera Raw and go to the Optics tab and choose Defringe. Move the green and magenta sliders to remove the fringing

 

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How can I get rid off this red and green line from my photo? I think one of the channel need to be moved but I don't know how to do it properly. I've started editing my photo in Camera Raw then this issue occurred in Photoshop. Thanks for any help.photoshop issue.png

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Use Filter -Camera Raw and go to the Optics tab and choose Defringe. Move the green and magenta sliders to remove the fringing

 

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Use Filter -Camera Raw and go to the Optics tab and choose Defringe. Move the green and magenta sliders to remove the fringing

 

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It worked, thank you.

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Ideally one removes any chromatic aberration or colour fringing in the raw converter before the image is rendered into RGB channels... But if you can't go back and do it there you'll need to fix this in Photoshop as previously described.

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