Posted October 18, 2011 by Gavin Hoey in Videos

Photoshop DeBlur Sneak

Adobe-deblurAdobe are usually pretty tight lipped about the future features that might appear in it’s next version of Photoshop, its very existence isn’t usually talked about and even it’s name is open to speculation. For the sake of argument let’s call it Photoshop CS6.

However Adobe also have a habit of showing off what they like to call “sneaks” of new technology which may (or may not) appear in a future incarnation of Photoshop. So when it came to last weeks Adobe MAX convention there was a lot of anticipation about what Adobe might show. Fortunately Adobe didn’t disappoint with a stunning demo of image deblurring.

Deburring or focusing and blurred image is the holy grail for many digital photographers. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been telling photographers that a blurred image is a lost image. Something tells me that that advice isn’t going to change any time soon, but if Deblurring is real and if makes it into Photoshop CS6 and if it’s half as good as the demo, then Adobe may have just shifted the goal posts.

Gavin Hoey