How to edit blur photo with photoshop?


silvana

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Hi..

Could anyone teach me how to remove the camera shake (blur photo) using photoshop?
Or there is any other software can be used to deblur the blurred photo??

Thanks.
 

ortega

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i believe that that technology is coming but not available yet.

i would select all and press delete
then go and shoot again with the proper techniques instead
 

TWmilkteaTW

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only can help alittle not much.. Best is delete and re-shoot or be more careful next time.
 

catchlights

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you can add a lot of sharpening till it looks like comic, it will not look good as if it is shooting correctly.

alternatively you can print it or resize it till very small, it will look sharper that way.


or else you can just tell people you want to create sense of action, adding dynamic into the photos, this is how you visualise your subject with your camera.
do this often it will become your style.

hope this help.
 

Rashkae

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Photoshop is not a magic tool that can save the unsaveable.
 

rhino123

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You can't completely remove blur from already 'damaged' photo. The best way is to improve your techniques when taking photo.

That being said, there is a program that I came across some time ago that is very very interesting. It will repair your blurred image (although not the actual resolution) but it is kind of fun.

Robust Motion Deblurring
 

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CamInit

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Google "deblur" will give you some software that does this. However, results are not perfect. The best solution is still to reshoot, simpler and save you the pain of trying to salvage. Only some situations where it is impossible then you have to resort to it. The most recent I can think of is trying to shoot aerial inside flyer capsule at late blue hour. Narrow aperture + low light vs noise from high ISO + capsule motion to balance exposure time is a real struggle.
 

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yqt

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Not much you can do to improve it without it looking "odd" or you can add more blur to it and call it "ART" :bsmilie:
 

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I was a commercial retoucher and has clients ask for 'deblur' or sharpening. And well, it 'can' be done by comping sharp parts over, or from another photo/photos..

So yah, I never dismiss it as impossible when asked to do it, but I'll ask if theres somewhere else I can take from..:)

Its possible, just not with click of a button..lol
As usual, its all about time & money..:)
 

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i think quite hard to really sharpen a photo that is very blur. the effect also won't turn out nice.
 

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