picture problem

  • wortho8
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Post 3+ Months Ago

hi guys, now i have this problem where on of my friends took a picture at a night club and it didn't turn out good at all. there is 3 people in the picture and the closest person to the camera is not effected at all but the other to people in the picture there faces are obscured.
i would really like this picture to be restored if possible, but the problem is that i currently don't have any programs that will allow me to do so. Is there any other way i could try and fix this picture problem

[img][img]http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/5008/johnboy2sj.th.jpg[/img][/img]
  • apsblackbelt2
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Post 3+ Months Ago

to my knowloedge I dont think so.....

If there is it might be something Impel GD could tell you. He is pretty skilled/knowledgable about this.
  • Impel GD
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Post 3+ Months Ago

apsblackbelt2 wrote:
He is pretty skilled/knowledgable about this.

:shock: I am!?

I nearly posted about this yesterday to say that I didn't think there was much you could do apart from actually replace the faces with alternative photos taken of the same people as the shutter speed was obviously too slow for movement, but I didn't in case someone else knew different.

Besides, the motion blur adds a sense of action to the composition. :wink:
  • Vladdrac
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Post 3+ Months Ago

maybe adobe will come out with a reverse blur in its next package :P
  • SuprSonic5
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You can't fully restore the picture. Your best hope is if you replace the faces or something along those lines. Photoshop can help sharpen part of the picture that has even raw detail but it can it can not magically create pixels that were never there. Sorry.

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