Hi everyone. I am having a bad time dealing with a Moiré pattern in one of my photographs, shown below, and not for the first time! The problem is the corrugated steel roof. Although I have dealt with it in a fashion, I have sacrificed the original look, which can be seen on the smaller roof of the building extension lower to the left, which is untouched -- you need to look at the larger version to see it adequately.
I have tried a number of recommended solutions, mostly originating as treatment for scanned images. None of these have worked out for this image.
Any advice? All comments are very much welcome and appreciated.
PS: The camera used is a Canon 350D w/8 mp sensor. My 7D does not have this problem, which tells me something. Oh, I am using Photoshop CS5. And, as some of you know by now, I like dramatic skies and bold colors. This photo is one of those. I am thinking about starting a "How was it done" thread open to everyone -- if there is enough interest.
Larger version here.