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My first case of moire

Benkoop

Amsterdam, NL
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Benkoop Silver Member Nikonian since 17th Sep 2009
Sat 19-May-12 04:47 PM | edited Sat 19-May-12 04:54 PM by Benkoop

So this is the first time I encounter moire with the D800E in a shot I was preparing for print (20x30inch). Here you see what I made of it in Lightroom, it took about 4 minutes:



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The structure of the bricks is actually lost in the capture by the moire, so I don't think it can be restored a lot more .
Here you see how it should have looked like (from another shot):





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Because I took more shots of this scene (this one is the composition I want to use), the really proper way to do would be to clone from one shot to the other. I am too lazy to do that now - I just wait and see how it will look in print.

Here the complete picture with the moire removed, to see everything in perspective:




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34mm (24-70/2.8), f8, 1/800 handheld, iso 320


So I wonder what you folks think, is this acceptable as it is now?


Wim
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