An amazing home in Hawaii.  

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HawaiiHans
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Re: An amazing home in Hawaii.

by HawaiiHans » Thu Jun 12, 2014 12:49 am

AHHHH! Of course! Thank you for the tip. I will pay more attention to this. I know how to do it I just failed to make it part of the workflow.

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Re: An amazing home in Hawaii.

by HansKeesom » Sat Jun 21, 2014 7:56 am

Photomatix does a good enough job fighting CA. I use it to fuse(natural) the stacks and remove CA, noise and ghosting.
Feel free to send me the raws of one of the panoramas so I can show you what is possible.

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Re: An amazing home in Hawaii.

by klausesser » Sun Jun 22, 2014 7:40 pm

HansKeesom wrote:Photomatix does a good enough job fighting CA. I use it to fuse(natural) the stacks and remove CA, noise and ghosting.
Feel free to send me the raws of one of the panoramas so I can show you what is possible.


If you ever get a chance to see what CaptureOne Pro can do with your RAWs in terms of CAs, Colors, Sharpness and so on -
take this chance!

Then compare the results. ;) :cool:

In terms of CAs, sharpness and noise for example even JPGs become improved remarkably.

Klaus

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