Martyn Posted June 16, 2016 Share Posted June 16, 2016 Was out and about yesterday using the Fuji XT.1 and had to use the 18mm due to tight working space, a lens I try to avoid using due to the fall off in sharpness in the corners. Had the camera set to RAW and jpeg Astia as usual. Started to work on the RAW files in Photoshop CC, opening directly in Photoshop and could not believe the amount of green and purple fringing....the purple slider dealt with the purple easily enough but the green was almost impossible to remove when using the slider.....lens correction didn't do much either so had to try the desaturation tool on the greens which worked....but removed all of the greens in the pix at the same time ! Gave up on that and went to the in camera j.pegs....no fringing in those whatsoever ! I'm guessing that the in camera processing dealt with it a lot better than I could manage in Photoshop so I went with the j.pegs. I don't have any other software to open the RAW files in other than Silkypix which I don't like and have only used Lightroom the once and couldn't get on with it ! Has anyone else experienced this with the 18mm and if so, how did you deal with it (other than ditching the 18mm and buying the 14mm !) ? !! Thanks in advance ! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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