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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

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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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