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Adobe’s New Photoshop Feature De-blur Your Pictures

Photoshop is an important tool from Adobe that enables us to edit our photos. We have come across an amazing demonstration of a feature, which has the capability of de-blurring your pictures.

Blurred pictures are something that we come across so many times in our lives. Whenever you missed an initial shot, you have very few options to improve the quality of picture. Usually, what you can do about such pictures is to reduce its resolution, resizing it and finally use the sharpening tools to improve its quality. What you do in all this process is some sort of compromise.

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Perhaps, we will soon have a new Photoshop feature to de-blur our shaky pictures. Recently, Adobe demoed a de-blurring tendency of Photoshop at its Max 2011 event. At its first instance, you will certainly be taken aback by this feature. The feature is no doubt remarkable but it is still a prototype and not available in Adobe store. Its advanced algorithms quickly evaluate the movement of the camera at the time when image was taken, allowing user to fix the image by de-blurring it within seconds.

The demonstration took people with amazement as the new feature ameliorated and perfected the blurred picture in seconds. It is yet not disclosed when this feature will be officially released to the public. The company said that it is still a prototype and we are working on it.

One thing is certain that it will receive a very warm welcome whenever Adobe will make it available to the public. Photographers are the most pleased people to have this feature in their bags as this will open a new door of creativity and exploration for them.

If you are interested to know more about this project, you can find an explanation of the technology on Adobe’s blog. We have also included a video demonstration of the new feature for your better understanding.


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Photoshop is an important tool from Adobe that enables us to edit our photos. We have come across an amazing demonstration of a feature, which has the capability of de-blurring your pictures.

 

Blurred pictures are something that we come across so many times in our lives. Whenever you missed an initial shot, you have very few options to improve the quality of picture. Usually, what you can do about such pictures is to reduce its resolution, resizing it and finally use the sharpening tools to improve its quality. What you do in all this process is some sort of compromise.

 

Perhaps, we will soon have a new Photoshop feature to de-blur our shaky pictures. Recently, Adobe demoed a de-blurring tendency of Photoshop at its Max 2011 event. At its first instance, you will certainly be taken aback by this feature. The feature is no doubt remarkable but it is still a prototype and not available in Adobe store. Its advanced algorithms quickly evaluate the movement of the camera at the time when image was taken, allowing user to fix the image by de-blurring it within seconds.

 

The demonstration took people with amazement as the new feature ameliorated and perfected the blurred picture in seconds. It is yet not disclosed when this feature will be officially released to the public. The company said that it is still a prototype and we are working on it.

 

One thing is certain that it will receive a very warm welcome whenever Adobe will make it available to the public. Photographers are the most pleased people to have this feature in their bags as this will open a new door of creativity and exploration for them.

 

If you are interested to know more about this project, you can find an explanation of the technology on Adobe’s blog. We have also included a video demonstration of the new feature for your better understanding.

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