Two Ways to Make Chromatic Aberration in After Effects

Motion Science shows how you can make Chromatic Aberration on your own.

Lens effects like Chromatic Aberration can add so much to renders and After Effects work. While there are a figurative ton of plugins and scripts that let you create this aberration effect, nothing stops you from making one on your own and doing it in a few minutes.

This new tutorial from Motion Science shows how you two different and easy ways that you can create the light-splitting effect in Adobe After Effects.

“Sometimes it’s the minor effects that have a significant impact on the look and quality of our work.” “Today’s After Effects tutorial will teach you two different ways to use chromatic aberration to give your work that edge.”

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