I've seen it with my (cheap) Canon 18-55 IS
. But it doesn't appear in all shots. Recently, I've been shooting side-ons looking up from the In'n'Out by LAX
, generally in the evening close to sunset. The sun is directly in front of the airplanes, offset to my side by a few degrees. I've seen quite a bit of cyan/red haloing (I'm surprised that "haloing" is recognized as a word by Firefox!), which I've had to remove in editing. I've noticed that sharpening can bring them out even more, as sharpening tends to induce halos.
If you remove them from the JPEGs in Photoshop (using Filter --> Distort --> Lens Correction), beware that it seems to remove a pixel or so from the image on two of the image edges as well. You'll have to re-crop slightly to avoid having white borders on those sides after that. I don't remember if the tool in ACR does that - not sure I've tried to remove them in RAW.
Like Dana said, though, if you use too strong CA
removal, it'll actually go past removal and add halos.
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