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Early digital cameras I used created fringes that are colourless (white). The defringe dialogue seems to offer no solution to this. The attached screen clip shows what I mean. There must surely be some way around this, or? This must occur for others who might have found a cure. Defringe has been used on this image with partial success. Adjusting edge brightness didn't help.

In every other way AP offers really excellent processing of these antique 2Mp images especially when using channels techniques.

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Obviously nobody uses such antiquated cameras,so no responses. But just in case anybody does encounter the problem it can be solved successfully (in the new beta anyway) using the channels selection technique, creating a selection mask to high contrast, deleting or copying the original sky and using it or substituting with the Epic Skies procedure.

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Thanks for coming back with a workable solution.


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Looking at the recommended videos I conclude that my solution works best for me taking much less time. Once a good selection is made - and AP's video tutorials make an excellent demonstration of that under Channels - it's very easy to enlarge one or the other selection to cover the 'gap', or halo. But it's good to have several solutions!

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