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10/01/2005 08:37:31 PM · #1
Does anyone know of a way to try to redice the effects of camera shake after a photograph (affected by it) has been taken (i.e., reduce the effects with some photo-editing software)? Any help would be greatly appreciated thank you.
10/01/2005 08:42:54 PM · #2
Photosop CS2 has bult-in "smart sharpen" functionality, that can partly offset the effects of shake. I don't find it as effective as a product called Focus Magic, which seems to do a much better job. Neither is a substitute for getting it right in camera, of course, but for lwo-res output Focus Magic may be fine.
10/01/2005 09:02:01 PM · #3
Wow. Thanks a lot. I've asked this question on several boards, and have never gotten a (helpful) response (the most I tend to get is, "though, bro; I don't think there's anything you can do"). Anyway, thanks again; I'll try to get hold of "Focus Magic."
10/01/2005 09:14:48 PM · #4
No problema... if you want a test image processed, feel free to e-mail me one and I'll run it thru Focus Magic.
10/02/2005 11:35:48 PM · #5
Wow, great: I'll go ahead and e-mail you a photograph. Thanks so much for your help.
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