With the crazy dynamic range of the Nikon D800 and three layer HDR/nine layer in-camera compositing of the Canon 6D, technology is definitely making snapping a good pic easier, but what to do when we snap that occasional blurry pic?
A company called Blurity has come up with an app for both PC and Mac that removes motion and focus blurs for the moments that you get a case of the caffeine-withdrawal shakes or your autofocus decides to not be so auto. The results aren’t perfect but it does a decent job by essentially creating a blur profile and re-aligning the images. Here’s are a few good examples of a before and after:
You can download the software here to try it out but it watermarks your images. To remove the watermarking, you’ll have to pony up a one time fee of $39.00 USD.
Word of advice, don’t throw the reciprocal rule or rules of freezing motion out the window just yet; but the next time you run from outdoors to indoors on Aperture priority mode and snap off that must have shot without thinking, you know Blurity’s got your back.
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