By far the greatest nemesis of any amatuer photographer is the blurry photo: a dismal effect often caused by the instability of our feeble human hands. But thanks to the wonders of modern technology, out-of-focus photos that once would have been deemed unusable will soon be resurrected from the grave in the edit.
Adobe last week debuted an upcoming version of Photoshop equipped with an all new blur correction feature. The software essentially removes motion blur from images and creates a new, sharper version based on analyzing meta-data in the photograph. It's pretty incredible to see, and when its demonstrated on stage the crowd understandably goes wild.
Adobe wouldn't commit to when the feature will be available in Photoshop, so no word on whether it will be ready in time for CS6.