|To:||John Leonard <>|
|Date:||Fri, 6 May 2005 17:10:29 +1000|
On an image thats not quiet sharp, (due to a small aperature or slight camera/bird movement,) you can use the "Unsharp Mask" command.
Try setting it to about 200 percent, with pixel width of 0.3 or .04 if strong sharpening is required.
You can also apply the unsharp mask function twice using smaller percentages and pixel widths.
Best just to play around with settings to get the best result.
Has any body had any luck with software that is supposed to rescue out of focus digital shots?
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