Adobe Continues to Raise The Bar With Photoshop Image Deblurring

Posted Oct. 11th, 2011 by Daniel J. Cox

I just watched an amazing Youtube video that was shot at Adobe’s Max Conference. Seems the day of soft images due to camera movement or possibly even subject movement will be a thing of the past. Over the past few years I’ve quite throwing images out due to lack of focus with hopes in mind that this technology might be coming down the pipeline. Seems it’s almost here. Watch the video to see one more reason why our creativity as artists/photographers will eventually be the major factor all photography will be judged by. The technology just keeps pushing the envelope to make the technical side a nonissue. Pluses and minuses to that game but overall the photographic field is the most exciting it’ ever been in my thirty+ years as a photograher.


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    Dave GlatzOn Oct. 16th, 2011

    Wow. Not sure what to make of this, but it’s almost creepy.

    • Portrait of Daniel J. Cox

      danieljcoxOn Oct. 16th, 2011

      Dave, it’s actually pretty interesting how it works. Basically it’s kind of like having image stabilization in the software rather than the lens or the camera. The software figures out the direction of the camera movement and then backtracks the same movement to fix it it. Quite amazing. Thanks for sharing your comment.

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