So, my company has a fun new product and I just happened to have it onsite and demo'd it for a customer today. Normally when shooting our products I'm having to deal with refresh rates and moire issues to get a good photo. Today I stumbled upon a whole new issue. Chromatic Aberration... In this photo, the spherical LED screen has content on it that makes it look like a golf ball with a logo on it, as in, white background. Because of the pixel density, one pixel every 10mm, I am getting severe chromatic aberration around every pixel, making it impossible to shoot. If I use the chromatic aberration sliders in ACR I can almost get the white parts of the sphere back to white, but then I lose color in the logo. The "GoVision" is supposed to be purple, and the "golf" is supposed to be green. How would you go about shooting and editing this? At the moment my best idea is to go wide with my lens until the individual pixel no longer show up, then crop the photo. Any better ideas?