MilesbeforeIsleep Posted July 25, 2018 Share Posted July 25, 2018 I'm only a few months into editing for stock, and frequently encounter something I have regarded as a problem, and try to correct. I shoot a lot of images against bright blue skies. Often, the tips of trees, where limbs and leaves tend to thin out, will end up being the blue of the sky, rather than their usual greens and browns. As I said, I've regarded this a a chromatic aberration (though technically it may not be that) and have tended to either "trim" the trees of the blue or, in thicker areas, use the clone stamp tool in PS to recolor the areas. For this, I'll generally zoom in to 2:1. But is it a problem? Haven't run into a discussion of it before. And if it is a problem (for Alamy QC, anyway), are there better methods of fixing it? Thanks, Michael Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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