Fix Blurry Digital Images ?

Discussion in 'Photography' started by LewB, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. LewB

    LewB Screenwriter

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    I need some help here. I just got back from Las Vegas and had a look at the pictures I took. I took pictures of the performers Penn & Teller after their show. Seems I managed to get blurry images [​IMG] [​IMG] . I'd really like to try and save these 2 pictures. Any suggestions on software and/or technique ?
     
  2. ManW_TheUncool

    ManW_TheUncool Producer

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    Not much you can do w/ blurry images except maybe take advantage of the blur in artistic ways. Maybe if you post the pics, someone might come up w/ something to help in some way. If it's just a little out-of-focus blur, you can try some sharpening to help. Motion blur would be impossible to get rid of.

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  3. Tom Meyer

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    if they are digital and aren't *really* out of focus, you could use any of a number photo editing programs like Photoshop to try and sharpen them up. If you post links to them, I'm sure someone or myself could take a look.
     
  4. Scott Kimball

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    Really little that can be done to fix a blurry image.

    The sharpening filters in image editing programs only enhance edge contrast to trick the eye into perceiving a sharper image.

    Blurry images, by definition, have no edges to enhance. Most likely, you'll only be able to pull out grain.

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