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Roskav

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Need new raw developer for Leaf files
« on: February 01, 2010, 01:24:42 PM »

Hello .. sorry for brief post but faced with a deadline and need a raw converter which has a good selective moire reduction tool similar to Leaf capture and also a selective saturation control similar to Adobe ACR.  I have shots of an auditorium with LED lights shining on a wire mesh .. nightmare!  Capture is by Leaf Aptus 75.
Would anyone recommend something I could download/buy easily?


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« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2010, 07:29:44 AM »

Hmm not much out there?    

What we are doing is applying the moire reduction in Leaf capture ... saving and then running the mos files through adobe ACR... taking a bit if time but it seems to be the only way at present.

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« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2010, 08:19:51 AM »

Quote from: Roskav
Hmm not much out there?    

What we are doing is applying the moire reduction in Leaf capture ... saving and then running the mos files through adobe ACR... taking a bit if time but it seems to be the only way at present.

Ros

When I used to shoot with the Kodak SLR/n moire was a big problem for me. I found the quickest but quite crude way to rid me of the blight from many images, was to select the area roughly in Photoshop then desaturate. I tended to only get it in areas of little or no colour. It felt a bit like spotting a print with Tipex but worked better than it had any right to. It looked better than vomit like effect of moire anyway.

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