Chromatic Aberration

Chromatic Aberration

What is it?

Chromatic Aberration, also known as fringing, may not be noticeable in your photos unless you zoom in, then you will see an aura around certain edges of your image. Chromatic Aberration causes you to lose a little bit of image quality in the photo.

Light waves are made of three basic colours: Red, Blue and Green. As the light waves goes through the lens of your camera it causes the wavelengths to change somewhat before they reach the sensor in the camera, this is because of the glass in front of the lens.

The more that the lights wavelength changes, the harder it becomes for the colours in the light to stay together and generate sharp detailed photos.

The quality of the glass in your lens determines the occurrence of finding fringing in your photos.

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