Color fringes are a phenomenon photographers tend to avoid. They are caused when elements in the scene, or elements in the lens cause light to hit the sensor at an angle. The fringes appear when wavelengths of light are slightly out of focus when the photo was captured.
Exposure enables you to remove color fringes from photos, easily. Although color fringes can happen for several reasons, this video focuses on removing color fringes that are not caused by chromatic aberration.
In this video we show you where color fringes typically appear in images and we take you through the workflow for removing them. We also demonstrate how to define a custom fringe color for precise control over the effect.