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Hi all, got a question dont know if anybody else gets this problem, when i edit sometimes in lightroom 4 i get the photo looking how i want it, no moire, but when i upload it or look at it in windows theres a moire, if i print it out the moire isnt there, ???? just seems to worse when i use blue tones, you get like a dirty green moire, ? ive tried to remove it using tools in light room and elements, but it remains ???
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this is an extreme example
when i print this the moire isnt there, when i upload it this is what i get ???
I cannot see any moire.
looks more like you are getting ca on the edges of the subject and then over sharpening, not moire.
I cannot see any moire.
i was afraid someone would say that, lol, might just be my monitor on its way out, thanks though
Quote: Looks more like you are getting ca on the edges of the subject and then over sharpening, not moire.
Hi Gareth...i did beef it up a bit to show whats going on, can you see a green and purple rainbow effect on the inner edge of the Vignette ???
I can yes and that's not moire.
Quote: a green and purple rainbow effect
Still cannot see it but could it be colour noise as there appears to be some luminance noise in the sky ?
i think its only me, it must be my monitor, its got worse over the weeks, i think theres a problem with it, but its reassuring , i thought there was something up with the software, ill give it a thump and see if it corrects itself lol thanks for the help gareth,
If your replacing your monitor make sure and spend a little extra and get an ips panel your eyes will thank you for it.
I might well be wrong but I thought 'moire' was caused by lots of parallel or overlapping lines?
What you have here looks more like artifacts caused, presumably, by over processing.
I would upload a shot of some zebras as an example but the Epz. uploader can't recognise my Jpeg. shot as being a Jpeg. Even though it has been since the moment I pressed the shutter.
Something else that needs reporting.
hi Jester, i deliberatley over process to exagerate the problem so it would be clear on here what i was trying to show, but most people are not seeing what i am seeing on my monitor? like i said its not there on the print, or in the editing software workstation, just on uploads, its a bit wierd
Looking on hubbys screen, not my hd one, the bird seems to have a sharp white halo all round it, maybe from over sharpening/processing?
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Carry on Vince
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