What's going on in this picture? (GF1 problem)

parvenu79

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This picture is taken using a copy stand with my GF1 (original 20mm lens) using M setting.

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See where my wonky Photoshop arrow is pointing. I took several photos today and a handful of them have these lines green and purple in them.

Anyone have any why they'd appear?

Thanks in advance.
 

deirdre

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It's a photo of printed matter or an actual photograph? May be color fringing around the moiré.
 

parvenu79

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I figured it'd be something like that too, but I have taken many of these pictures before, even of the same objects and didn't have this problem before so I am just confused why it is happening now...

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Jackson Miller

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Ew. Well has it happened at all when you are taking a picture of something that is not a printed pic? Also the exposure is lower on second pic so all the detail in mushed into one black which could be why there is no such artifacting. Try overexposing so that that section is a dark medium gray and see if you get a ton.
 
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