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  1. I've got a series of photos where I am struggling to remove the CA using LR 5. It's Axial CA. It's on Stained Glass so there are many black high contrast edges. The lens used doesn't have a LR Lens Profile. I've tried using a combination of the eye dropper and de-fringe CA tool but can't shift all of it. Does LR6 significantly improve CA removal. Enough to warrant an upgrade? Are there any other programs or techniques that work well? I'm sure there used to be an Adobe site where there were user submitted profiles. I've not been able to find it. All help gratefully received!
  2. I have two questions here, firstly I just submitted 4 images for QA and 2 failed for CA, now thats not a complaint they both do have CA, but I could not really see it untill I got past 400% zoom, so my first question is should we be doing that to check images before submitting or do I just have bad eyes not good enough monitor (probably not this) or something. Clearly there was a problem but what lengths should we be going to to find these problems and fix them. OK so accepting I had a problem I did some research and it seems that the lens used has a tendancy to give some CA at the extreems of its zoom and aperture, so is it normal to have to remove CA as part of my workflow, or do I need to spend thousands on really good lenses. I hasten to add that the ones I have are not cheap and are reviewd well.
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