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Photo deblur feature coming to future Photoshop?

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Lexy spent her formative years taking a lot of photos and dreaming in technicolour. Nothing much has changed now she's covering all things photography related for CNET.

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A future version of Photoshop may contain a particularly useful feature where it can make sharp photos from a blurred source image.

At the Adobe Max conference, which was held last week, the company showed off an image deblurring function to make blurred images sharp again with just a couple of clicks. First, the software analyses what camera movement caused the blur, and then applies "intensive computation" to sharpen the image. The technology is explained further in the video below: wait and listen for the crowd reaction when the sharpened image is created.

This is different technology to the Lytro camera, which is about changing focus after taking an image. The Adobe technology compensates for blur and shake caused by camera movement.


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