Please help with image editing!!!!!
I took some photos with my digital camera but the pictures looks blur. How can I rectify this problem?
Depending on how blurry they are, you may be able to just
adjust Brightness & Contrast with a program such as Adobe
Photoshop ... if they are very blurry, then either your camera
is bad or you need to set it to a higher resolution in the camera
There are programs available that can "sharpen" images - but it the image is the result of poor photography, there is usually little you can do except to learn from the experience.
No amount of programming expertise can turn a bad picture into a good one if the "detail" isn't available from the original.
That being said - how are you transfering the pics from your Camera & how bad do they look on the Camera's screen?
I transfer the pics through USB cable and it is really blur. I tried using Photostudio to sharpen the images but when I did that, there are many er..white spots on the image and it became worse.(of couse I am not an editing pro, just trial and error) Any help or I will just gotta get used to it. :-(
It doesn't seem like you'll be able to clean them up much!
Next time you take pics - try giving the camera lens a wipe first with a soft cloth, use a faster shutter speed where possible, rest your elbows on something solid and make sure the subject is in the centre of the frame or the auto focus may not function properly.
OK,thanks for the suggestions!
I use Photoshop, but Irfanview has a good simple color enhancement, which I use frequently and sharping. Most image sharping apps will replace blurring with a grainy look.
Irfanview is a great image viewer enhancer, if you don't already have it
Find it here: http://www.irfanview.com/
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