Minimizing moiré patterns


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Minimizing moiré patterns

This image has a common problem; it's called moire pattern. Well, what is a moire pattern? Well, the term moire is actually a French word and it originates from a type of a textile. Sometimes it was silk, cotton or synthetic fiber that had sort of a kind of rippled or watery appearance. With this image, you can see that. There are these strange little ripples or kind of watery appearance to this image. In photography, moire happens as a result of digital capture or of scanning an image, and it's an undesired artifact.

These ripples or this appearance, they weren't part of the jacket. This was added when the jacket was photographed. So let's take a look at how we can remove that pattern there. We can do this with the Adjustment brush. If you click on the Adjustment brush, you'll notice at the base, we have a few options for Moire. Click and drag this to the right to minimize that moire pattern or drag it all the way up to try to remove it. In other words, the more you move ...

Minimizing moiré patterns
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Minimizing moiré patterns provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 4 Essentials: 02 Enhancing Photos with the Develop Module

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