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Thread: How to eliminate moiré in scanned pictures

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    Junior Member mafetapaz is on a distinguished road
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    in lightroom 4 there's a function to eliminate moire.
    maybe importing the image in the catalog and try the moire brush can solve some issues!

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    thanks you....I'm nw in this stuff...its very usefull....

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    Junior Member khemic is on a distinguished road
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    It would be nice if you share this filter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Novich View Post
    Scan to 600-1200 dpi and then to use special filter for Ph "descreen". I have cracked version, if need, can upload.

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    Photo scanning

    If I scan a photo, even in my cm4520, the quality is pretty bad. How could I make this substrate to look better?

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    The best solution

    is to use fourier math algo.
    All other methods are based on bluring the picture. You will losing details.
    You can use a FFT plugin named descreen, free on the Gimp (Windows).
    The PS version is not free.

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