If there's one thing we can’t control while snapping photos, it’s the shakiness of our hands.
Now, however, Adobe might have a solution for your shakes: a sort of “filter” that calculates the speed at which hands were wobbling, then removes the shake from the image to restore it to its sharp quality. All you have to do is click a “Restore Sharp Image” button and the photograph is almost instantly restored to the image that would have been taken if your hands weren’t shaking!
The product was revealed at the Adobe trade show Max in Los Angeles, and one amateur video captures the demonstration as it happened. You can literally hear all the photographer and computer geeks gasp in awe at 1:18.
Oddly enough, Adobe hasn’t been the only–ahem–focus of the photography world lately. The new Lytro camera is turning a lot of heads, and it’s recognized as, “the only camera that captures life in living pictures.”
From Matador Network:
They call them “light field cameras:” pocket-sized supercomputers that capture the amount of light traveling in every direction through every point in space – all of the light rays.
The result is an image which is literally interactive: you can zoom, focus, and move about the picture as if you were actually living it. Bottom line: unintentionally blurred photos are a thing of the past!