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The Absolute Best Way to Sharpen a Blurry Photograph


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I was going to lock this because I thought it was too simple, but then I remembered how often this question comes up...

Oi. This tutorial isn't directly related to paint.net. Shouldn't it be in Miscellaneous? :P

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Ok, I'm lost.  Kind of like skullbonz.  I don't have a garage, and I live in the city so there aren't any deer.  What if I want to sharpen a picture that isn't of a deer?  Do I need layers?


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How do I get the deer to stand by my garage in the first place?

And what do I do if it leaves before I get a chance to take a second picture?

The first time you shoot the deer, use a 12 gauge. The second time should be lots easier.

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The first time you shoot the deer, use a 12 gauge. The second time should be lots easier.

 

 

TR, If you use a 12 gauge, you will have to spit out the pellets at the dinner table. 

 

Drew Dale, there is a garage plugin?? Oh I will have to look for it...I'd love a garage but not too keen on the deer.

 

If you take your blurry picture to CSI or Bones - they can enhance it for you enough so you can see what it had for breakfast yesterday :D :D :D

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If you take your blurry picture to CSI or Bones - they can enhance it for you enough so you can see what it had for breakfast yesterday

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BoltBait, why bother taking another image when you can just CSI enhance it? Just get the image, push a couple of buttons while you say "enhance the image" and done. You can actually get 1440p full HD photos from a single coloured picture..

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"Enhance 224 176."

"Enhance.  Stop."

"Move in.  Stop."

"Pull out, track right. Stop."

"Center and pull back. Stop."

"Track 45 right.  Stop."

"Center and stop."

 

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we're in the era of AI-assisted software that will be able to do all sorts of things, simplifying/making more user-friendly things that previously would've been way too complicated and time consuming for an non-specialist.

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