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Tips to help remove aliasing / moire?

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by Drone Alps, Aug 30, 2015.

  1. Drone Alps

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    Just looking for advice on how to prevent or remove these aliasing / moire artifacts on the following example:

    This is with ND16 filter
     
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  2. peterdivergbr

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    Hi There
    Have a look at Fred Hagan's postings (fhagan) either here or at;

    Good Luck
    Peter
     
  3. Drone Alps

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    Thanks but I used the settings from that video in my example above! :)
    Maybe I can reduce the sharpness to -3 and see if that helps at all
     
  4. peterdivergbr

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    Are you using ND filters reduce shutter speed?
     
  5. Drone Alps

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    Yes the video was with ND16
     
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    Did reducing sharpness to -3 help? Just curious.
    For me, unfortunately, the only way to avoid it is to avoid shooting anything that has close lines or patterns, but I realize that's not a very good solution.