Unblur images in Photoshop Sneak Peak

October 11th, 2011

YouTube Preview ImageThis is impressive. I can’t even imagine the processing that gets done behind the scenes on a feature like this. This feature—though not promised in the new Photoshop spec—was demoed at the Adobe Max 2011 event hosted by Rain Wilson.

We’ve all seen hard-to-believe examples of photos being blown up and zoomed on shoes like CSI, but this would make a lot of that possible on a consumer level. I think this feature would be used quite a bit more than the previous “mind-blowing” Content-aware scaling.

Also, did you happen to see that the guys were sitting in Eames Lounge chairs?

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  1. Damion says:

    I seriously would use this. I hope that they implement this in the next Photoshop spec.

  2. Daniel says:

    You mean this will be better than Filter> Sharpen then Cmd + F F F F F F !!

    This looks really good, fingers crossed its in the next photoshop

  3. Thomas says:

    Note that this is only for fixing motion blur, I would imagine they’re using Wiener deconvolution and some sort of sharpening. The data still has to be in the image, it just puts it back in its correct place.

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