[QUOTE]\nAlong the right edge of the metal trim there are two black lines that\ngoes from very sharp to almost invisible and back to sharp and so\non. It gives the impression of lousy workmanship on the part of the\ncarpenter as it looks like the trim isn't flat against the wall.\n\n\nMinor or not, it can be avoided with an antialias filter. And I bet it\npissses off the carpenter.[/QUOTE]\n\nThe missing lines in your crop is a reflection of your flash, fool.\nAluminum is covered with tiny alumina crystals that act as a diffraction\ngrating. You're shining a point source of light at it so you're seeing\na color pattern back.\n\nThe only aliasing I see in the full-size photo is in the horizontal\nmetal strips on the right side of the photo. The blur at the center of\nthe test patterns is also slightly abnormal. Overall it's an\ninsignificant problem. There are patterns in the finest details but not\nin the lower frquencies. The only way to fix the aliasing in the tiny\ndetails would be to eliminate the tiny details. You're much better off\nthe way the photo is.