New Adobe Blur-Fixing Feature
Posted 11 October 2011 - 05:24 PM
Adobe Shows Off Prototype Blur-Fixing Feature
By Ian Paul, PCWorld Oct 11, 2011 6:13 AM
Adobe Photoshop could soon help salvage all those photographs you keep thinking would be "perfect if they weren't so blurry." Adobe recently demoed an early prototype for a one-click "deblurring" feature, tentatively called "restore sharp image," that turns a blurry image into a clearer and more usable photograph.
YouTube is already full of methods on how to remove blur from photographs, but these tricks typically require several manual adjustments to your photos -- not to mention a deeper knowledge of photo editing software than most people have. The new Photoshop prototype feature, if it works as promised, would allow anyone to quickly and easily correct their photos in just a few steps.
Adobe showed off the new deblur prototype at its Adobe Max conference in October during a set of feature sneak peeks for conference attendees. It's not clear if or when the new unblur feature will make it into a future version of Photoshop, as the company warned all sneak peek features were just prototypes with no concrete product plans. But if the deblurring feature works as well in the wild as it appeared to work in the video below, Adobe would be foolish not to add the blur-fixing feature to a future version of Photoshop.
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