A few shares.

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Muddee's picture
Joined: 03/13/08
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A few shares.

I need some post processing advice on this one, I snapped this of DD1 and absolutely love the picture but as you can all see it is OOF, any advice on how I could clear this up? Its such a shame it is so badly OOF.

I didn't get to looking at these long exposure pictures until it was too late to submit, still not want I wanted but they came out cool.

Sparkler

Glow Stick & Flashlight

sadieruth's picture
Joined: 06/09/05
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I am not much help when it comes to editing. When I get OOF photos, I just delete them. Some people are pretty good at editing though.

The sparkler and other photo is neat!

TracyF's picture
Joined: 08/14/06
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I always just delete OOF ones too, sorry. I really like the sparkler shot though.

ELF331's picture
Joined: 06/22/08
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I can see why you'd want to keep that pic, Amanda. I can't bring myself to delete cute pics of E either! Someone had a post on CM similar to this a while ago so I went back to find it to see what others suggested. I don't know if this can help, but I thought I'd share the link with you just in case.
http://damiensymonds.blogspot.com/2010/12/sharpen-and-blur-for-false-focus.html

Muddee's picture
Joined: 03/13/08
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Thanks for the tutorial, here is my attempt at fixing it up not perfect but better.

sweetalienchick's picture
Joined: 10/25/05
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i have a hard time deleting cute pics too. Smile I delete the way out of focus ones though but the ones where you can still make the person out I keep Blum 3 I just leave them as is. Sometimes if they aren't too oof and you try printing them 4x6 (small) then you can't tell too much.