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    D800e Is this Moire?

    Hello All, working on the first of my D800e images and Whoa, I've got some weird color stuff going on in the wood trim in this house. I'm thinking it must be moire. What do you all think?

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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    It's false color aliasing.

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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    If your raw converter can't improve upon it try opening the file in PS, converting to LAB, and blurring the B channel in the selected area.

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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    Don't take your camera to a restaurant--you don't want to have dinner with moire.

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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    Quote Originally Posted by danielmoore View Post
    If your raw converter can't improve upon it try opening the file in PS, converting to LAB, and blurring the B channel in the selected area.
    Or try the LR4.1 Moire brush.
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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    All, thanks for the input!

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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    Or try the LR4.1 Moire brush.
    I'd be grateful if you could point me to where I can find this brush in the LR4.1 command line.
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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    Quote Originally Posted by jlancasterd View Post
    I'd be grateful if you could point me to where I can find this brush in the LR4.1 command line.
    upper right hand in Develop screen is a brush tool (Adjustment brush)

    if you click on this you'll see a number of adjustment sliders.. one s Moire


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    Re: D800e Is this Moire?

    Quote Originally Posted by JimCollum View Post
    upper right hand in Develop screen is a brush tool (Adjustment brush)

    if you click on this you'll see a number of adjustment sliders.. one s Moire


    jim
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