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Millennium Bridge

Although I am happy with the compositon of this one I am disapointed with the moire on some areas of the pathway, I have tried to mend it in CS but to no avail. If anyone has had a similar problem and managed to resolve it I would appreciate some tips.

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Album name:wattig / wattigs album
Rating (1 votes):8888888888
Camera:Nikon D700
Photo Location:London
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Filesize:806 KiB
Date added:Aug 03, 2009
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Oldboy   [Aug 03, 2009 at 05:12 PM]
Try a slight gaussian blur, it might be due to the texture on the surface of the bridge and the angle on the photo. Otherwise a cracking shot. Very Happy
skellum   [Aug 03, 2009 at 05:37 PM]
I think this is a great picture and you might be over critical. I had this type of problem when I went for the LRPS, they found problems in other areas instead which I had not seen. The moire effect can be seen by the human eye in most cases so I would'nt worry about it, the grid could be slightly out of line with the others or it has slight water droplets on it which has caused the moire. The picture as you have crafted it leads you up into it which is brilliant., most people wont even notice it. Next time you look down on a escalator you will see the moire effect. You could mess about in photoshop and clone bits in to cover it but then it would just be false to me personally....... Hope this helps, Regards Dave Very Happy
wattig   [Aug 04, 2009 at 01:13 PM]
Thanks for the comments, guys, oldboy, I did try applying gaussian blur in CS but just couldnt get something I was happy with. Dave, I think you may be right and sometimes we should just accept the image for what it is rather than getting hung up on trying to sort something that doesn't improve the overall compostion, thanks again for your input your comments are much appreciated, Ian.

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