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    Default Remove Motion Blur, Possible???

    Hi,
    got a picture taken in a recent tour that i accidentally applied a permenent motion blur and lost the original.

    Is it possible to remove the motion blur?

    thks

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    cant wait to see how you do it... looking forward.

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    here it is, the original.. very large, so i didnt show it here

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    cannot... impossible... handshake + ppl moving + long exposure..

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    cannot. unless you're so good at drawing/painting that you manually recreate the scene using software/paintbrush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by showtime
    cant wait to see how you do it... looking forward.
    yah. me too.

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    oh... just saw the picture.......

    I really don't think there is a way.......
    Spend the time to try to recover the picture from your memory card or temp folders instead.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by asdfasdfadsf
    Hi,
    got a picture taken in a recent tour that i accidentally applied a permenent motion blur and lost the original.

    Is it possible to remove the motion blur?

    thks
    Seems more like handshake blur to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke21
    Seems more like handshake blur to me.
    wat abt this pic cant clear???

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    Quote Originally Posted by coke21
    Seems more like handshake blur to me.
    I have a huge problem with hand shaking .....

    Which till now yet to solve ...

    And I do realise sometime pic I took can be off focus...
    sigh sigh...
    Wat I aim is not wat I get....
    sigh

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    Nope.
    cannot.
    Handshake + motion blur..
    if only motion blur, still can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    Nope.
    cannot.
    Handshake + motion blur..
    if only motion blur, still can.

    Any example of only motion blurness??

    How to tell motion blurness and handshake blur

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyo
    wat abt this pic cant clear???
    urrr... wats blur? looks more like shallow DOF to me leh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AReality
    Nope.
    cannot.
    Handshake + motion blur..
    if only motion blur, still can.
    Can I ask how can that be done? Very interesting.

    Thanks!

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    this one is lomo... hahaha

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    shake the image when you're viewing it, maybe?

    frankly, there should be a mathematical possibility that the image be "unshaken". but the velocities, durations in the shaken directions must be known...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyo
    wat abt this pic cant clear???
    Probably your AF....the place does look a tad dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoyo
    Any example of only motion blurness??

    How to tell motion blurness and handshake blur
    In motion blur (depending on the DOF) you can see portions that are in focus and the portions which are moving will be blur. For handshake blur, everything is usually blur.

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