A 'Smart' Way to Fix Motion Blur in Photoshop!

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Whether it’s a camera shake or a simple movement blurring and destroying your photo, today, we’ll fix that in Photoshop! Using advanced sharpening techniques, in this tutorial, we will learn a super fast way to reduce the blur by correctly analyzing the image.

First, we will start by understanding the angle of movement. Then we will determine the exact distance of the camera or the object moved. And then, we will use that data to accurately sharpen our images non-destructively.

I hope this tutorial helps. Thank you for watching 🙂

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  2. Really Superb Sir but can you suggest me fog fotography means someone put oil to my lens i dint see the lens so all pictures are fog can you give me tips Sir

  3. if every I need to know the answer Pi always has it . *and its so well explained with no time wasting . love this guy

  4. works so well

    your videos are always amazing, discovering killer techniques in photoshop that i didn't even know could be possible

  5. find and see this by accident. never thought i needed this. incredibly useful video and you explained it so well! thanks man, im subbed! i want how to perfect skin tone & White balance color correction in photoshop ..Camera raw … for maximum correction wedding photos, specially how to get perfect indian people skin tones…

  6. Your 3rd measurement of the blur was 8p because you measured at horizontal/180° instead of 45°. Easy to do when one is demo’ing. You might want to throw in a text popup re that. Otherwise, I am very grateful for this, cause you are right, the “shake” function is not great – slow and unsatisfactory results. Your workaround is brilliant!
    I wish I had this a year ago, I could have saved several “in the moment” images. .

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