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Until recently I've used mainly Nikon Capture NX2 and DxO for RAW processing - both have 'colour control point' tech to select areas for adjustments. I'm now learning AP (v220.127.116.11), and right now trying to get the hang of the overlay and selection methods - but I'm getting the white edges shown in the attached screenshots. The original is a RAW (.NEF) image selected purely as a sample for testing. In the first instance I used Develop Persona and the Overlay Paint tool to select the sky with edge aware. When I painted in the overlay exposure adjustment I got a white edge on the overlay and was unable to find a way to remove it. (Ignore the blotchy uneveness of the paint tool - that's another matter which I'll address separately!) In the second I used Photo Persona and followed one of the AP video tutorials to create an alpha channel selection (with refine) which I then applied to a Brightness and Contrast adjustment layer (for the land) and inverted to a Curves adjustment layer (for the sky). The nearest I've come to fixing this one is by editing the (land) layer blend options - this seems to work up to a point but still doesn't quite eliminate all of the edge. Is there a way to avoid creating the white edge in the first place (particularly for the Overlay Paint tool which I'd use a lot), or a better way to remove it than layers and blend options? TIA
Created an HDR image of the interior of a church. Low light problems were obvious and CA and Fringing was expected. Brought up the required filters to remove the CA and Fringing separately. No indication of removal on the first attempt. Repeated the action several times with little on no obvious removal of chromatic aberration. The same with the de-fringing filter. I gave up and used a free program (GIMP) which removed both CA and fringing after a little work. Affinity Photo 16 has to be better than this, surely? Zoom into the gray pillars and the CA is obvious. Fringing, green and red, can be seen on wood stalls and lamps.
Hi, I have tried to create a layer mask similar to the layer mask tutorial, and add in a new layer for the sky in one of my creations (attached ). However as a result of the layer mask, there is an unsightly fringing appearance affecting my original photo (in this case the building) where it meets the new sky layer. Has anyone else had a similar problem or know a solution? Thanks