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    Senior Member Christoffer Glans's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Cook View Post
    Phil!

    Thanks so much for digging into it. I had some luck removing it as well though yours is a lot cleaner. Like you mentioned its not common for a neon purple to appear in a scene. The green is far less noticeable. Even your global adjustments are more acceptable to my eyes.

    I'm just going to try my best not to send this into post as I am almost never involved in post unless its properly graded.
    I generally always pull magenta down globally, so even if this is more "sniper" on that spectrum, I find that magenta, regardless of cameras used, tend to "infect" the image. Pulling it out reduce a lot of the digitalness and generally feels like it smoothes out the global color balance.
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    Some tests on my own shots that I did with an inferior 85mm still lens.

    Original with pushed contrasts & Agressive pullback of CA with the new Resolve Color Wheel


    Using regular Hue vs Sat



    Although it looks best with the aggressive adjustment, that won't work on other shots with more colors (even though the amount isn't necessary when there's less light to dark contrast ratio)

    Original & Aggressive



    Sat vs Hue



    Generally, I recommend using normal hue vs sat and if possible isolate the image where it is visible. There's also some options to use Resolves own CA remover but it doesn't really work that well.
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    Christoffer,

    In the images you posted above, I think you could get better results if you would first "White Balance" them then you could tell where the "CA" actually was and how much you would need to correct



    White Balance plus HUE vs SAT





    Before Hue vs Sat



    After Hue vs Sat


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    Just White Balanced







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