Correct for camera shake Photoshop CC


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Correcting for camera shake

In this movie, I'll show you how to use Smart Sharpen to compensate for camera shake. And then in the next movie, I'll show you an alternate technique that relies on the filter called emboss. Now, camera shake is what happens when you as the photographer, move the camera during a long exposure. And this image is a perfect example. It's a handheld shot captured under low light and I just had the camera set to auto. So, as a result the ISO's cranked up to 12,800, which means we have an extremely noisy image.

And the shutter was open for a quarter second. Which is more than enough time to capture some motion in the shot. But I like this image so much. The colors look great. The model looks awesome. But I wanted to do my best to bring out the detail. So, the first step is to double click on the background here inside the Layers panel. And I'll go ahead and call this new layer, colleen. And then I'll right click inside the image with the rectangular Marquee tool and choose Convert to Sm...

Correcting for camera shake
Video duration: 6m 47s 10h 37m Intermediate Updated Sep 18, 2014

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Correcting for camera shake provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CC 2013 One-on-One: Intermediate

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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