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manz Dec 1, 2006 4:02 PM

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hi alll... i really wish i could fix this snap.. ive tried sharpning in photoshop i wonder if its possible to fix lens blur of this magnitude..

Please any help with the photograph will be really appriciated ...





Corpsy Dec 1, 2006 9:41 PM

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There's not detail here to recover. There's no sharpening tool that can figure out what detail would have been there had it not blurred.

I did try a couple things. I got the best results by using smart sharpen with the lens blur setting at a 4 pixel radius. It added some grain and some noise, but it helped give the impression of detail. I used the reduce noise filter to get rid of some of the rainbow noise. You could probably get a decent wallet print, but not much else.

jachol Dec 2, 2006 5:51 AM

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Here's my take, tried Focus Magic, then a little hi-pass sharpen on top + some noise filtering ... this is the best I could get. ... Jack

manz Dec 2, 2006 6:40 PM

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thanks for the great efforts Corpsy and Jachol... ive been trying stuff on my comp too. but i guess u are rite the best i could do with this is a wallet print...

some how i am hoping there is some magical filter which focusses unfocussed images.. like if your vision is blurred u wear glasses and everything is in focus.. i know its really stupid... cauz information is lost here..

here's my most recent try...


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