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BoltBait

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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Lock my tutorial?!

Wait-- when did you become a mod?

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What do I do after going to the garage? You lost me after garage. There's no deer by my garage.   ;)

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skullbonz, I'm going to win Teacher of the Year award next year for this tutorial. And, you're going to win Pauly Shore again. :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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Top class tute BoltBait, thanks for the share   :D

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I couldn't find a garage plugin though :lol:

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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

This is the most unbelievable part of the show. It is frustrating that people actually believe this is possible. Then, they come here asking how it's done.

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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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Mike, you have to push buttons?! My CSI photo enhancer has voice recognition.

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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."

 

No matter how many times I say this to paint.net it never works.  Do I need a plugin?  PLEEZZZZZZZZzzzzz HEELLLpppppp!!!!!!!

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So, EER, have you come out of retirement for one last skin job? You're no bladerunner, you're little people!

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