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William Rounds

Rambouillet, FR
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William Rounds Gold Member Nikonian since 25th Mar 2011
Sun 25-Aug-13 11:14 AM | edited Sun 25-Aug-13 03:10 PM by William Rounds

Below are two photographs of zebra I took in Nairobi National Park a couple of years ago (with a D60). As you can see, the area between the eyes and the muzzle seems to be fuzzy compared to the rest of the image. Is this a moiré problem? Is it possible to select the area and somehow clean it up?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v448/WCR/Nikon%20D60%20animals/Zebra1.jpg~original

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v448/WCR/Nikon%20D60%20animals/Zebra12.jpg~original

Sorry for posting just links, it seems I have forgotten how to have the image appear in the post.

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