How to Remove Fringing from Videos
by Samuele Lilliu | 23 February 2018
Two workflows in Davinci Resolve and Lightroom for removing chromatic aberration or fringing from your videos.
- Budget: £500
- Producer: Samuele Lilliu
- Camera operator: Samuele Lilliu
- Editor: Samuele Lilliu
- Software: Premiere Pro, Davinci Resolve, Photoshop
Two workflows in Davinci Resolve and Lightroom for removing chromatic aberration or fringing from your videos. Videos were shot with a Canon C200 (raw light) and a 70-200mm L lens, but the method extends to any videos.
This tutorial was shot as “how to vlog”. I filmed the introductory part with a DJI Osmo raw equipped with a Z stabilizer and mounted on my car’s bonnet with a tough triple suction cap. The camera was controlled remotely via a mobile app. Sound was recorded with a Zoom H4N. The rest of the video was shot with a Canon C200 as usual.