In this Hands-on Photo Tip, I will show you how to use Adobe Camera Raw (version 7 and later) to remove Chromatic Aberration from your photos. Chromatic Aberration is an optical effect caused by your lens. Especially when you shoot with a wide-angle lens, it creates color fringes towards the edges of the frame. If you do not treat them properly, these fringes get worse when you post-process your images, especially when you are using them to create an HDR.
Adobe Camera Raw has some powerful tools to remove Chromatic Aberration, and these tools have even been improved in versions 7 and higher.
You can also remove Chromatic Aberration in Adobe Camera Raw before version 7, but this was not as convenient as it is now.