Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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Best way to photograph a LED wall (that has people in front of it)

The LED wall is interactive and the challenge is to make pictures that show both the wall and people interacting with it, without having the banding or moire effect, that often happens when taking ...
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How do fashion photographers avoid moire?

If moire effects occur regularly when shooting patterned fabric or leather, and if AA filters are only a partial fix in some cases, how do fashion photographers cope with moire effects?
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What are the strange curved lines appearing on fabric in my apparel photos, and how can I remove them? [duplicate]

I ran a clothing photography shoot and encountered an issue in many photos. If you see this image, there are some curved lines all over the item. What are they and how could I remove them with ...
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What caused this pattern of lines (moire?) in this picture I scanned from a book?

I have scanned this photo from a book that's printed with color ink, but the picture is a black and white one. When I scanned it with Vuescan as a color photograph I get vertical lines like I think ...
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Is there any way to fix the wavy lines that appear when photographing a striped dress?

Is there any way to fix the wavy lines that appear when photographing a striped dress?
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Blur each pixel independently on sensor to reduce moire effect

If I understand correctly, sensors can produce a moire effect because their subpixels are separate (each one is affected by a different portion of the image), so to stop this effect, some cameras have ...
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Why do photos of digital screens turn out the way they do? [duplicate]

When I take pictures of a screen at school or at my house, they turn out really weirdly. When blown up to 100%, they look fine, but when they get sized down, they look really weird, here is a ...
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Is there a name for artifacts for taking a photo of LCD / LED screens and how to remove or avoid it? [duplicate]

The following is a photo of a game console 3DS, although the 3D is turned off: There is "fish nest" artifacts, and sometimes the lines even curve on some photos. iPhotos on a Mac seems to try to ...
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Weird look when taking picture of a screen [duplicate]

So here's my issue. I take quite a few pictures of my screen with my phone (Nexus 5). And I'm on an iMac. So here's what it looks like when I take a picture of my screen. As you can see there's a ...
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What causes and how can I avoid this moiré pattern in a composite night sky photograph?

I'm new to taking star trails, and fairly new to photography in general. After my first attempt at taking a star trail, I composited them in Photoshop and when I merged the layers I got this pattern ...
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What is moiré? How can we avoid it?

What is the image defect called "moiré"? What causes it, and how can we avoid or reduce it? Is it related to "false color"?
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Does the human eye see moiré?

I was just looking at a highrise building whose windows had a horizontal grill in front of them. There were several clothes drying in these windows and the sun was casting shadows on the cloth. The ...
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How To Reliably Trigger Moire?

What is the most reliable way to trigger moire artifacts in an image straight out of a digital camera? I know that resizing an image can cause it but I want to see it all full-resolution and be able ...