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    Talking my pic is blur,,, how to savage it?

    Hi ..
    any pro here know of a way to savage a blur pic taken from a DC?

    thanx.... dun ask mi to retake lah...... heheh

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    Retake, or delete. There is no other way to save a blurred picture, apart from trying to pass it off as ART. Even then, not all blurred shots can be passed off as art....

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    you can try to use unsharp mask to reduce some blurness but you can't get back a real sharp photo.

    only way is to retake.
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    thanx guys....
    i try the unmask first...
    worse.... retake....
    i guess this is the best way.......

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    Default Re: my pic is blur,,, how to savage it?

    Originally posted by ah_fu
    Hi ..
    any pro here know of a way to savage a blur pic taken from a DC?

    thanx.... dun ask mi to retake lah...... heheh
    its already blur, why savage it further.
    retake! otherwise just sharpen. but this operation creates 'noise'.

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    Sharpening only works when there is edge contrast to work on, ie, the photo has to be sharp in the first place.

    I'm sorry, but techonology is not going to help you if your fundementals are not sound. Retake the photo, else curse your own skills for missing the shot on that day.

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    You may want to try reducing the image size, i.e. interpolate your image down to much smaller dimensions. If the blur (camera shake and/or motion blur) is not that significant, you may be able to get a somewhat usable image at the reduced size. This is similar to "zooming out" in your image viewing program until the picture looks vaguely sharp (or at least you can figure out what the original scene was supposed to be like).

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