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  1. There has been a new neighborhood going up behind our back fence for the past 2 years, where once was a 20 acre field. I have gone over from time to time and got some construction shots. One licensed the other day for $150! So I go over the other day and get some shots with my X-T1 for the first time. One of them showed moire in the pattern of the shingles on the roof. Yesterday, I went downtown and shot some buildings. I got moire again in a couple of images. I've never had to worry about this with my Nikons, and bought the D800 instead of the D800E for just that reason. I tried removing it in LR, but made a mess of it. Could be my inexperience since I've never had to do it before. I used the moire slider, then the adjustment brush. It looked worse when I was done than when I started. Anyone who has experience with this please let me know the workflow, otherwise I will have to shoot Nikon for these types of images and I really, really would rather use the lightweight X-T1. All help appreciated and I might kiss your feet to boot. Betty
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