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Old Posted Oct 11, 2011, 1:54 PM
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Adobe demos incredible unblur feature for Photoshop

Adobe demos incredible unblur feature for Photoshop


Read More: http://thenextweb.com/apps/2011/10/1...for-photoshop/

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Adobe is developing an upcoming feature for Photoshop that could end the problem of blurred photos forever.

The new feature was demoed at the company’s MAX 2011 event, drawing gasps of amazement from a crowd that witnessed a blurred photo, retouched and perfected in seconds. Advanced algorithms calculate the movements of the camera at the time the image was taken, enabling the user to ‘fix’ the image by unblurring it – saving what would ordinarily be a disappointing, dud image.

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I don't think this is cheating, just another tool for photographers to use. Is using image stabilization on a lens cheating? While I don't think people should use technology as a crutch I'm all for innovation in the field. I know I have a few shots that are just slightly blurred that I'd like to make clear. Could I have prevented that blur in the first place? Possibly so, but minus this software, there is nothing I can do about that now. As processing power miniaturizes and improves I bet we will start seeing this technology appear in camera (probably a decade out). As with many of these software 'miracles', their application is often more limited than what is presented in the marketing pitch. Ever tried content aware fill? It really only works 25% of the time.
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