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    Default Workflow to retifiy blur image caused by shaking while shooting?

    hi guys, would like to hear ur workflow on how best to retify. thanks
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    depending on how much shaking....but best is to just junk the pics. A little blurring can be rectified with USM and resizing it smaller.

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    USM?

    i was wondering how much can post processing revive it
    since the casio s500 relies on not the lens but rather the processing to "anti-shake"
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    Quote Originally Posted by shocky
    USM?

    i was wondering how much can post processing revive it
    since the casio s500 relies on not the lens but rather the processing to "anti-shake"
    I think he referring to unsharp sharpening,

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    Quote Originally Posted by shocky
    hi guys, would like to hear ur workflow on how best to retify. thanks
    Use Focus Magic 3.0, after that resize smaller, then use unsharp mask

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    Quote Originally Posted by shocky
    USM?

    i was wondering how much can post processing revive it
    since the casio s500 relies on not the lens but rather the processing to "anti-shake"
    USM = Unsharp Mask

    I'm not sure how Casio's "Digital Signal Processor" works but it probably has to do with the sensor analyzing the scene and capturing it continiously. I don't see how its possible to revive a blurred photo just from the photo alone.

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    Depending on the amount of blur, it is actually possible to salvage. But it's not for the mathematically challenged though...

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