Is this the end of the DOF, sharpness rejection ?


posted on 11th of october, 2011











According to this vidéo, it look like that Adobe found the solution to correct the blur picture. It will outdate all IS/VR expensive lens.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxjiQoTp864&feature=player_embedded#%21

Impressive demonstration.

Comments (9)

Posted by Dprogers on October 12, 2011
Spend a few seconds to get it right in camera or spend hours fixing on a computer. Give me get it right in the camera any day. But, if you had one opportunity and didn't get that one in a million shot perfectly, well, nice to know it can be fixed, but yes, always better to work correctly with the camera.
Posted by Yuritz on October 12, 2011
Not sure it'll be like that,but if it was that good it'd be a shame because people would start taking even less attention to what they do in camera.
Anyway it'd be an help,but it could add lots of noises and a pic will be refused for that reason too.
Posted by Rolmat on October 12, 2011
Don't think so. Guess things will only change when PS runs on my microwave or on my fridge :D
Posted by Yuritz on October 12, 2011
Not sure it'll be like that,but if it was that good it'd be a shame because people would start taking even less attention to what they do in camera.
Anyway it'd be an help,but it could add lots of noises and a pic will be refused for that reason too.
Posted by Agcuesta on October 11, 2011
Another tool is Topaz Infocus PS plugin, maybe I give it a try.
Posted by Digikhmer on October 11, 2011
I think that it will be not a magic tools to sharpen all picture but I can reduce the "unjustified none even sharpness" rejection. It is one of the tools to complete the stock photographer to deliver the picture that the market requests.
Posted by Picstudio on October 11, 2011
Great invention.
Posted by Llareggub on October 11, 2011
I'm sure it will do a grand job at cleaning up drunk facebook shots but doubt it would but back anywhere near enough data to be considered decent enough for stock.
Posted by Peanutroaster on October 11, 2011
http://www.focusmagic.com/

Seems like it would add a lot of noise considering it would have to be adding information to the image.

Has anyone tried Focus Magic successfully with a stock submission?



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