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June 1, 2014
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I wanted to capture the shadow this morning and was a bit surprised at the moiré in the shade.
Then, when looking at it, I see that it is there all the time.  I’ll have to find some more moiré.
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June 1, 2014
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The shadow turned out well – as for the moire in the shade, well
not much you can do about that. I think any camera would show the
same pattern. And it looks kind of interesting. The clean division between
the light and dark of the two walls looks good too.
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June 1, 2014
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Dale… yes, I like the moiré.  I was trying to explain that I first noticed it in the image, but when I again looked at the
shade I could see the same pattern with my eyes.  Was thinking it might be fun to find and shoot more moirés.

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June 2, 2014
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Cameras now deal with the moire problems very well. My 7100 should show moire more
than most due to the lack of an ailaising filter. I sometimes see moire on my camera screen
when previewing a shot but it’s gone when it goes to the computer monitor.
I’ll see if I can find some subjects that should  produce the effect and if I get any positive
results I’ll post them.
My son and I are heading to the Parliament Buildings @ 6AM to take the quad copter for a 
flight before the tourists arrive later in the day. 
If I am absent from this forum for an extended period of time I may need to post bail lol!
Will put up a link if we get some interesting video.
Dale.

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