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How to Remove Purple and/or Green Fringe (Chromatic Aberrations) in Lightroom

Greetings from beautiful Seattle, where today I’m wrapping up the last Lightroom seminar in my week-long West Coast visit. I’ve had such a great time so far – seeing lots of familiar faces and making new friends along the way. I’ve got a red-eye flight home tonight where I’m gonna Zzzzzzzzz big time! ???? Hey, […] The post How to Remove Purple and/or Green Fringe (Chromatic Aberrations) in Lightroom appeared first on Lightroom Killer Tips.
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