Fringing

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Irwin
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Fringing

Unread post by Irwin » 01.06.2006 16:40

Sometimes I get a ring of color around an object. What can I do to avoid this fringing.

On a totally unrelated use of the word fringing, I am posting an example of nature fringing with some of its most delicate brocade on this tiny jade plant relative.
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Crassula-'Corynn'--leaf-det.jpg
Taken with a 75mm APO Rodagon D 2x with about 210mm extension with a Canon 20d
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Dan Kozub
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Unread post by Dan Kozub » 02.06.2006 09:06

Irwin,

First of all, a nice shot!

Fringing: I think you mean well known problem, halo around edges over smooth background.

We are now preparing new version of Helicon Focus (Pro edition) which will have retouching function to easily fix those artifacts. I was not able to made this automatically, sorry.

Danylo.

Irwin
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Fringing

Unread post by Irwin » 02.06.2006 21:43

Thanks Danylo. I can't tell you how much I appreciate and use your software. I look forward to the revision.

Irwin :D

John Johansson

Fringing/Artifacts

Unread post by John Johansson » 25.06.2007 22:10

When will this be released for Mac users?
Dan Kozub wrote:Irwin,
We are now preparing new version of Helicon Focus (Pro edition) which will have retouching function to easily fix those artifacts. I was not able to made this automatically, sorry.

Danylo.
I'm having big problems with this also. Especially white subjects with a large number of slices.

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