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  1. Pie

    Yeah, it’s not perfect but still it’s amazing. Is there any chance we can get that plugin?

  2. Pie

    I tried Adobe Labs but doesn’t look like we’re gonna get anything before the official release…

  3. Pie

    Yeah I know it’s an early stage but who cares!! I just wanna try it and amuse myself :)

  4. Michael

    Oh geez the Capa D-Day de-blur is bad taste… shall we move the pyramids too, they are a little far apart!

    • Thanks for your thoughts Michael, and we agree there is no need to change history, especially history as important as that. The WWII photo was chosen solely as a well-known blurred photograph to demonstrate for challenging technical qualities, and not as any indication or commentary on the subject material, artistic merit, or photographer.

      However, it is interesting if we can apply new techniques and current tech­nology to learn new things or details about historical photos and artifacts, similar to what archeologists do… Wouldn’t it be amazing if someone could use this capability on a blurry old photograph they found of their great-great-grandparents, to then learn what their faces looked like for the very first time?

  5. Tioga

    Wow that is incredible ! This would be great to have for cell cameras

  6. Photo Editing

    I need to know who posted these photos, you only provided blurred pictures but not the fixed ones. Please post them so we could know how that tool actually works, thanks.

    • Hi, the fixed (unblurred) photos are actually there – just roll-over or click the blurry images with your mouse…

      If that doesn’t work for you, then you must be in the 1% of visitors here who have JavaScript turned off – it needs to be on to see the effect.

  7. This is amazing. This is what we were searching for. It will save us. We have this problem on 60 speed. We are losing some important shots because there was no way to deblur the image.

    Great article. Tnx.
    Lefteris

  8. Larry

    As a feature film director, I would find this tool enormously useful. Is there any chance it will be available, even in Beta form, in the next release?

    Would it be helpful to Adobe to use testimonials from film professionals to advertise this amazing feature?

  9. JR

    I knew there was a reason to keep some of those blurred photos. Can’t wait to get my hands on the plugin or get in on the beta tests.

  10. Sam

    Dealing with blurry images makes up a large part of my day. It would be awesome if there was a pre CS6/CS7 version available as a separate plugin

  11. Pie

    Sam: Dealing with blurry images makes up a large part of my day. It would be awesome if there was a pre CS6/CS7 version available as a separate plugin

    I have the CS6 pre-release and nothing is there unfortunately… Let’s hope for the official version – or at worst CS7!!

  12. I have a recent photo photo taken in Napa Valley where something unusual appeared in the sky. It was taken with a wide angle lens and is a little blurred and I would like to use this tool to clarify the object. How could I submit the raw file for testing?

  13. Anonymous

    All I have to say is can’t wait, so awesome!

  14. Doug
  15. joeblow

    I could recreate the ‘deblurring’ done to the photos used in this example myself with the tools currently in cs5. Simply by doing some layering and sharpening. These look nothing near as complicated and sharp as that crowd scene used in the original demonstration by Adobe. The first minute i saw that pic i suspected right away that it was just a clear image that they blurred on purpose. They admitted to doing that with the pic of the guy, but not to that crowd scene, and i’m sure that is what they did. I doubt we will see a true deblur tool that works like that (supposedly) did for a very very long time. It’s not in the photoshop cs6 beta and probably won’t be available in the retail version or as a plugin this year. It’s still wishful thinking imo.

  16. William

    so there is no deblurr option in photoshop cs6??

    as an amateur photographer, and just start editing photo last week, shaking images will definitely haunt me :(
    is there any other way to fix shaking images?? thx

    • No actually William, the unblurring feature didn’t make the features of the Photoshop CS6 final release…

      Almost as soon as the MAX sneak peek video went viral on the web, Adobe made efforts to downplay the blur correction technology, with CTO Kevin Lynch calling it “early stage” and PS Senior Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes describing it as “the holy grail… but candidly, a tough nut to crack.”

      It’s still impressive stuff and hopefully we’ll see it in a future release like Photoshop CS6.5 or Photoshop CS7, but for now it seems the story got bigger than the technology was ready for in final form.

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