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Anyone have this problem?


Steve

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Oh Jeez, I downloaded the thumbnail 80kb not the image 4.7mb. :redface:
Thanks MrTom.

Hershy just follow Tom Mann's recommendation on shutter speed and focal length.
Also unless there's a specific need to use the lens at f22 or f2.8 use a middle aperture like f5.6, f6.3, f8, .. someplace in there.
That's where the lens is sharpest.
 

MrToM

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Just to add a little more info which may be useful...

@hershy I can't remember which version of PS you use but CC (2014 only?) now has 'Shake Reduction' under the 'Sharpen' category in Filters.

I've tried it on the image you supplied and its not too bad, not perfect but certainly an improvement.

It may be useful to you if you do get the odd 'shaky' shot and can't take it again......and if you have CC of course.

Regards.
MrTom.
 

hershy314

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I have both PS CS6 and CC21014 and I've tried the "shake reduction" filter and it never seems to work for me. I don't know why. Guess I'm using it wrong, and any tutorial I've found on it have confused me on it.
 

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