|To:||Tom Tarrant <>, Mike Simpson <>|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Sat, 7 May 2005 10:34:21 +1000 (EST)|
Thanks Mike, Tom and John,
I too have used Paint Shop Pro ( three different versions over many years ) and a couple of Kodak proggies and like John Leonard still to no avail.
Thank you anyway for your help and interest on this topic that has both me and John Leonard bemused.
All the best from JAG and "Eggy" and another with silent flight capability.
Yep "Eggy" when she wants can now swoop in silence.
Tom Tarrant <> wrote:
A few years back I used a great piece of software called "Focus Magic"
which is still available but no longer free. I was amazed how well
this worked on unsharp pics.....well worth checking out a demo.
(I have no financial interest in this company)
On 5/6/05, Mike Simpson <>wrote:
If a photo is only slightly out of focus, either Adobe Photoshop or Paint Shop Pro have 'Sharpen' options which will improve the image a little (albeit with the addition of noise to the picture in many cases). If moderately out of focus, there is not a lot you can do.
Regards, Mike Simpson
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