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Old Dec 6, 2008, 9:30 PM   #1
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A friend who does photography on the side got 'caught' not watching what he was doing and inadvertently blurred his photos at a reunion (no he wasn't drunk, and yes they'd 'pass' by non-professionals). Anyway, he didn't catch it till he got back from the trip. The others were 'counting on him', and he didn't want to be embarassed (especially with his reputation) and he didn't know what to do till he found a program called "Focus Magic". I think it is an EXTREMELY good little program (there is a free version and a professional version), so I thought I'd pass it on. Do a google search on Focus Magic and find yourself saying "yeah, right." before using it and 'OMG' afterwards. I know I did. I've also found it nice to use on old 'home' photos that are never seem to be in focus. I don't drop in on this forum very often but when my FZ10 was new I spent months on end here. Thought I'd give a little back.
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