What Does it Mean?
A lot of my files were rejected because of lens fringing and chromatic aberrations. I researched what lens fringing was and apparently the lens I'm using does not have the capability of focusing all the colors at the same spot in space at the same time. I have the ability to correct the other shortcomings in my files, but because I have an "inferior" lens, does it mean that I have to go out and buy a $400 or $500 lens so lens fringing doesn't happen in my photos? Is there something else I can do to get rid of the fringing? And if I have to purchase a new lens, I'd like to have some recommendations because I don't want to waste my money and time on one that doesn't get the job done
Thanks to anyone who has the answer
Photo credits: William Ardrey.
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