Awesome. But it’s solving “only” blured photos caused by camera motion, objects still needs to be in focus.
I’m afraid that debluring blured defocused photos is impossible. Not with good results like we can see in this topic.
Anyway, I can’t wait to try this!
It is possible, but not with software. You need a multi-focus lens for that, which captures even the unfocused/focused areas you are not really taking a picture of. In short, the lens is made of micro (or nano, not sure) tetrahedron-crystals which by means of their multiple angles, allows the camera to capture a vast amount of other reflected perspectives and store them.
wohoohooo, magic of Photoshop…
I still cant believe it. Will believe it when I put fingers into the wound.
Hot damn! That’s slick. I wonder how well it does with out of focus (blurry) images instead of just shaky hands.
Content aware scaling is still my favorite.
If anyone wants to blow $399 of their author earnings, you could pick up a plenoptic camera (light-field camera)
OR you could put that $399 to even better use by paying it to me and I’ll draw a picture for you using crayons and stick figures.
I mean it’s really up to you, whichever is the better value.
*Note: image would not meet GraphicRiver or PhotoDune standards and could not be submitted as a sellable file, even though it would probably be the most incredible image ever captured on the back of a Chili’s paper placemat.
Very cool, definitely useful if it has multiple algorithms. I just wish they’d put their dollars behind fixing the rest of the application, and the suite.