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They also added some chromatic aberation as a focusing thing

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Yeah, it's a technique used in some comics for making background things like faraway buildings look out of focus. They red-blue shift them, a little like old 3D movies. The farther something is from the focus point, the more red-blue shifted it is.

it's a really cool effect.

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