I have some street photography: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) that has an issue. The near-horizontal wires show a sort of beads-on-a-chain defect from rasterization: Subscribe to see EXIF info for this image (if available) Normally I would not pixel-peep to this level (4:1) but when I print the photo even at 8.25x11" the rasterization is fairly noticable. For me, it is enough to distract from the photo. So, the question is: Are there any post-processing tricks that can fix this up? I am wondering about maybe quadrupling the number of pixels and then using some kind of Photoshop trick. But before I started messing around on my own with such a big image I thought I'd ask whether anyone else has seen and fixed this kind of thing.