Workflow to retifiy blur image caused by shaking while shooting?


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TMC

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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.
 

Adzz

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shocky said:
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, :)
 

ken111111

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shocky said:
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
 

n0d3

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shocky said:
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.
 

AReality

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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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