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Old 13th October 2011, 16:33   #1
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Default Adobe unveils amazing 'unblur' feature for Photoshop

Once again, Adobe is about to change the wold of photography forever. During the company’s MAX 2011 conference, which took place last week in Los Angeles, California, Adobe gave a sneak peak of a new Photoshop filter that will allow users to unblur their shaky photographs.

The new feature, which is still in development, was revealed to the public in a YouTube video posted to Reddit.com. In the video, a presenter (whose name we cannot confirm) showcases the functionality of the unblur filter.

As the presenter explains, the filter analyzes the form of the blurred photograph to figure out which direction the camera moved when the shutter was open, thus creating the out-of-focus image. An algorithm in the software then makes a highly educated guess about how the photo should look if the camera had not moved. Instantly after the filter is employed, the example photo goes from fuzzy to crystal clear, eliciting gasps and applause from the crowd.

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