Moiré disaster on the E-5

Started Jul 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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petrbur Senior Member • Posts: 1,127
Re: Actually, you can avoid this.

olyflyer wrote:

The way to avoid this is to create two or even three different versions of the same image, risized to the final resolution using your own workflow...

Hi Josef,

I'm fine, especially now when we experience so nice weather here at the same time when there is not so much what to do in our jobs. Quit a relaxing time

...is most probably avoided...

That is the problem I was afraid of in my answer to Barry. According to my own experience, whotever I do in my PP, I still have no control over the software/hardware utilized by the particular audience, if I sent the result to them.

The only way IMHO is to present such "problematic" photo as a real paper print-out or show it to audience on my own monitor/viewer - in both cases carefully prepared, of course. Otherwise the viewer may apply his/her own resizing, just on screen - for instance - when changing the window size etc...

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