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    is it possible to use software to touchup to remove the blur-ness in the photo to make it sharp?..everything is in focus juz that because of handshake

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    You can take the photo at higher shutter speed to reduce the blurness, using post processing wont help much.
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    just gotta use faster shutter speed, flash if needed... no choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alvinkm View Post
    is it possible to use software to touchup to remove the blur-ness in the photo to make it sharp?..everything is in focus juz that because of handshake
    re-size the picture to a smaller size? it makes the picture "seems sharper". i dunno if i answered your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alvinkm View Post
    is it possible to use software to touchup to remove the blur-ness in the photo to make it sharp?..everything is in focus juz that because of handshake
    Depends on how bad it is. If it's only a little, then most software out there can do a good sharpening job.
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    Try to use higher shutter speed best is if the lens have VR remember to on it la

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    i'd suggest a higher shutter speed, then brighten it up during pp.
    easier than making your handshake dissapear.

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    What does it mean "everything is in focus just that because of handshake?".

    There are many many ways to sharpen a photo. For the effectiveness of post-processing, it depends on how blur the photo is, how big a photo you want to post and how sharp is sharp enough for you.

    If you like, perhaps you can put up the photo here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolin View Post
    i'd suggest a higher shutter speed, then brighten it up during pp.
    easier than making your handshake dissapear.
    I second this option its most cost effective and least time consuming to process.
    The other method is you'll may need another lens that has large aperture.
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    Use "Unsharp Mask" in Photoshop. It saved some of my blurry shots.
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    Have you try Sharpener Pro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anson View Post
    Have you try Sharpener Pro?
    Is it better than photoshop?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sin77 View Post
    Is it better than photoshop?
    Yes.... else if it isn't it would not be able to sold as a separate plug-in.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fotophilic View Post
    re-size the picture to a smaller size? it makes the picture "seems sharper". i dunno if i answered your question.
    Agreed. The simplest way to hide the blurness is to post small pics. On the monitor if it looks about the size of a pack of cigarettes, almost any pics will look sharp.

    Try to either deploy your tripod or use a faster shutter speed to mitigate the handshake in the first place. It is easier to correct mistakes at the take rather than post processing stage.
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