It was just a quick snapshot really. I wanted to test out the macro function on a lens. But now that I look at the photo large on a computer screen, the moiré really bugs me. I like the shot enough as a rough draft to attempt to do it properly. REALLY clean the LP thoroughly to remove dust. Stop the lens down a little to get a deeper DOF....work on getting the lighting right. But I don't want to spend all that time trying to get a better shot if I'm still going to get that moiré. I understand that it's the nature of shooting something with a natural repeating pattern.
Is there a reasonably simple solution is software or is there a technique I can use when shooting to avoid this?
WIIW by Lukinosity, on Flickr