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Kropotkin

Bicester, UK
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Kropotkin Registered since 02nd Dec 2012
Wed 15-May-13 01:35 PM | edited Wed 15-May-13 01:39 PM by Kropotkin

I've taken some shots of a guy in a suit.


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OK. So here it looks ok. On the camera LCD it looks terrible; both sides of the suit have a massive moiré effect. In Capture NX it looks fine though. Then I've put it into Photoshop Elements to do some final edits and the moiré effect is back. This is what it looks like in Photoshop when I've done Fit to Window. (This is a screen capture).


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It took me a while to understand what is going on. Basically viewed at 100% and whatever size NX puts it in it is fine. The moiré effect occurs when I choose Fit To Window in Photoshop. So it is the result of scrunching it up. Same explanation for what is happening in the camera LCD.

But my concern is that the image has some kind of potential moiré effect. E.g. if you take this image which is attached and do Fit to Window in Elements you see the effect (only not so strongly as in the original).

What do people advise?




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