Removing chromatic abberation problems with Luminar 3

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    Vance Zachary

    I am not with the Skylum team but this is something to be brought to the attention of the developers.

    I think they are planning to improve these things but it will take time.

    Personally, at this time. I have chosen to work with Lightroom with the Luminar plugin until Luminar develops enough to be more useful to more advanced users as a standalone.

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    Terry Rogers

    Hi Thina. Please contact us via https://skylum.com/support and we will figure something out.

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    THIHA WIN

    OK, I have sent message to support. I just want to know how to remove green/purple fringing with Luminar 3.

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    Mauro Bertolotto Bianc

    Use LightRoom. CA was always  VERY easy to fix

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    Mauro Bertolotto Bianc

    I cannot even figure out how to remove Chromatic Aberration in Luminar 4. I have just bought it and I am hating it. I cannot find any reference in the POOOOOR documentation

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    Elena Blum

    Hi Mauro,

    It's still here! Moved to Canvas:

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    Mauro Bertolotto Bianc

    Dear Elena, many thanks for pointing me to the right direction, much appreciated.

    Unfortunately, the functionality seems to be pretty useless.

    It doesn't seem to remove CA much.

     

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    Helena Carter

    Hi Mauro,

    Please, reach us via https://skylum.com/support so we could look deeper into the issue. Please, also include the original file (we recommend to send it via Dropbox or Googledrive).

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