Compensating for camera shake


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Compensating for camera shake

In this exercise we are going to talk about setting the Smart Sharpen filter to Remove Motion Blur. Now I want to stress here, we're not really removing Motion Blur, we're not correcting a motion blurred photograph, we're merely compensating for it. There is a big difference as you will see. I am working inside of an image called Sammy shake.jpeg found inside the 03 sharpen filters folder and this is a photograph of my youngest son Sammy. And it may be that Sammy is shaking, that Sammy is in motion or it may be that my camera is in motion.

However, it worked out, and I suspected its a little bit of both actually, this is the long exposure shot, and I shot this photograph, it looks a little bizarre, but I actually think it looks pretty nice generally speaking. But it does have a lot of movement going on and that is something that we can remedy to a limited extent using Smart Sharpen set to Motion Blur. First thing I am going to do is press the F key to enter the Full Screen mode and ...

Compensating for camera shake
Video duration: 8m 50s 10h 36m Intermediate

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Compensating for camera shake provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS3 Sharpening Images

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Photography
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Photoshop
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