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Hi D, I need help with the dreaded moire. This is our recording studio and the walls have this expensive fabric on the walls that is giving me an editing headache. The fabric does have a lined pattern that needs to be preserved. I can't figure out how to get rid of the moire though. Please help, hubby needs these pics on the website very soon. tia!699207849_AUB_0204moire.thumb.jpg.57506587e782c035117c1af22235a154.jpg

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2 hours ago, Aubrey said:

The fabric does have a lined pattern that needs to be preserved.

I can't see lines in your 100% crop?

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Oh you are correct. It's not visible in the particular area. I have some more obvious lines in the ceiling. So pretend like it's a normal wall then. thanks

 

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Just duplicate the Background layer.  Change that new layer's blend mode to "Color".  Then apply enough gaussian blur to get rid of the colour stripes.

Then mask.

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Is there any other method you can recommend? It's not working for me as well as I would've hoped. The lines are still visible. If I go too strong then the wall fabric looks fake. 

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I just used a color layer painted at like 50% and it's making things look better for me. I have ceiling moire too in a different angle of the same room that I'm struggling with though. I'm trying to apply the same things but it's a lot harder. There's so many different lights in this room making it all very uneven. 

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PLEASE read my instructions and follow them correctly.

23 hours ago, Damien Symonds said:

Just duplicate the Background layer.  Change that new layer's blend mode to "Color".  Then apply enough gaussian blur to get rid of the colour stripes.

Then mask.

 

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I did exactly what you said D. But since I didn't love the result I went ahead and moved on the with rest of my edit so I wouldn't waste time. Now I'm circling back to work on that part some more. That's why it looks a different shade and stuff. But I did exactly what you said. 

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Where's the layer?

On 2/3/2022 at 12:23 PM, Damien Symonds said:

Just duplicate the Background layer.  Change that new layer's blend mode to "Color".  Then apply enough gaussian blur to get rid of the colour stripes.

Then mask.

 

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Sorry sir, I had it hiding in a folder. I got that pic looking good enough but I would appreciate your help on the other pic I emailed you that is worse.  

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