Accounting for camera shake


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Accounting for camera shake

In this final exercise we are going to take a look at that last option that I haven't shown you so far inside of the Smart Sharpen dialog box. That Motion Blur setting that allows you to account for a motion inside of an image or for camera shake which happens to be at work inside this particular photograph, this image is called greatexpectations.jpeg and it comes to us from photographer Rasmus Rasmussen and I am going to go ahead and zoom in on this image so I can see it at the 100% zoom level.

And actually I want to go in just a little farther here. I am going in to 200% so that you can see how there is a little bit of shake associated with this image. So the blur that we are seeing has nothing to do with the focus not being locked on, the focus was probably locked right on this target here. It looks like we have got a somewhat long exposure because the photographer was shooting the subject under low light without a strobe and as a result we have some very nice natural lighting but because ...

Accounting for camera shake
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Accounting for camera shake provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 One-on-One: Beyond the Basics

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Design Photography
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