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Adobe shows off “unblur” feature for Photoshop

With a dad that worked as a graphic designer, I grew up learning how to use Photoshop. As I watch the new versions come out, I’ll usually see a somewhat interesting feature here and there. However, I can only think of two times where I was completely blown away. The first was when I saw Content Aware Fill demoed, which shipped with CS5. The second time was when I watched the video below.

Everyone has taken a blurry picture. And even the best Photoshop users aren’t able to do anything to help these images. Well at Adobe MAX 2011 they showed off what appears to be a plugin that can analyze the way that the camera moved to cause the blur, and correct it. I can’t even begin to guess at the exact science behind the feature, but if this works on even 1 out of 10 blurry pictures, it will be well worth getting. Unfortunately we have no idea when (or even if) we will be able to use this ourselves.

via 9to5Mac

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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  • I've seen scripts which as you say can correct for camera movement (more data than wanted) however one which can correct a subject movement blur (lacks data) is pretty much not going to happen.

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