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Is there anyway to fix blurry pictures!?
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Okay this picture isn't that blurry but I really need it fixed!. It's a picture of my best friend and I when we first became friends in the seventh grade!. It's not like we can reshoot a picture like that and I've really got to get it fixed so I can frame it!. Here's the picture !. !. !. http://s406!.photobucket!.com/albums/pp150!.!.!.
I don't know what you can do with that but if you want to fix it for me AWESOME! And if not could you please tell me how I can fix it!?Www@QuestionHome@Com
Just because it's a "modern, digital camera" doesn't mean anything!. You still have to be sure you hold the camera steady when you take a picture!. With any camera, you have to be sure to hold it steady or you will get a blurry picture!.
You also have to be sure there is enough light!. If you were only using a simple point and shoot digital camera with auto exposure, and if there isn't enough light the camera will automatically use a slower shutter speed!. With a slow shutter speed, the camera will pick up any movement!. So if the light is low (like in that picture), you have to be extra careful to hold the camera steady!. Or you would have to use a tripod!.
And NO, there is no way to magically "fix" a blurry picture!. You can't fix it because that was just how the picture was captured!. No clear picture exists!. Like Perki said, it's like trying to unscramble an egg!. Or crying over spilled milk!. What's done is done!.
That picture IS out of focus and blurry because you didn't make sure there was enough light, and because you probably shook the camera when you took the picture!.
All you can do is for now on try to be more careful, so you can capture better pictures of your friends and have clear pictures to share memories from now on!. I feel bad for you, because I have a lot of pictures that I took when I was a kid, and they are CLEAR!.
By the way, just because a camera is digital doesn't gaurantee that the picture will be clear!.!.!.and your picture proves that!. I've taken a lot of pictures, even with antique 35mm FILM cameras (I mean really antique, over 50 years old) and they are in focus and perfectly clear!. I even took pictures with disposable film cameras when I was a kid that were clear and in focus!.
Sorry there's not much you can do with that picture!.Www@QuestionHome@Com
Like Perki88 said, there is nothing you can do with that photo!. All you can do in the future is hold your camera steady and make sure the cameras lens is in focus!.
If you look closely, you will notice that not only is the picture blurry (camera movement) but out of focus as well (the camera is closer to the subject than it is able to focus)Www@QuestionHome@Com
Probably in photoshop!.!.!.!.!. But i don't think so!.!.!.Www@QuestionHome@Com
Like unscrambling an egg!.!.nope, can't be done!. Sorry!.Www@QuestionHome@Com