Adobe Blur Reducing Feature on Photoshop Revealed [Video]

October 11, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Hope you remember reading about the Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR3 that were released with added support in the graphics department. The latest from the Adobe stables is that the company is ushering in enhanced software that supports PC, tablet, mobile and other devices, and promises a different experience for users.

Adobe’s latest update will be seen on Photoshop, one of the most widely used photo editing software.

At the AdobeMAX2011 event, the company revealed their upcoming feature for Photoshop. Now, this is something the photo freaks will love to hear.

The company, in fact, is in the process of introducing a new technology that will eliminate the problem of blurred photos. The upgraded software demo run was impressive and it clearly showed the retrieval of a blurred photo to perfection in seconds.

The updated software with advanced algorithms works by calculating the movements of the camera at the time of image capture and helps to fix the photo by retouching it.

The most interesting part is that using this software, users can sharpen the image quality of the photo thereby revealing more details from the text, surroundings and the like. According to the company, this software will suit all images – especially those taken with smartphones and other mobile devices.

However, it is a bit disappointing that Adobe hasn’t disclosed the launch date of this amazing blur-reducing Photoshop feature. We just hope we will be able to see this lovely useful software soon.

What do you think of Adobe’s new impressive feature?

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