The new feature in Photoshop Camera Shake Reduction will be made available only to users from Adobe subscription, but a plugin promises similar performance for all from
Adobe has chosen to make available the new features of Photoshop only for those who use Photoshop DC version , included in the offer approach with Adobe Creative Cloud Software as a Service. Among the features presented at the recent Adobe MAX that many would want to try on your locally installed copy of Photoshop is definitely the filter Camera Shake Reduction, which promises little miracles in saving images from blur.
The lack of direct support from Adobe for the new features in versions of its locally installed programs now opens the field to third-party manufacturers of plugins and you are not left up the chance. Piccure , for example, took advantage of the attention generated from Photoshop to reduce image blur in post production to bring to the table its plugin, currently in free beta (14 days of use). The system requirements are Adobe Photoshop CS4 or later, Microsoft Windows 7 or Mac OS X 10.6 or later, 2GB of RAM and a dual-core processor of at least 1.7 GHz
The system tries to recognize the type of shake that has damaged the image and tries to apply the changes to compensate for the movement that led to the appearance of micro moved through complex mathematical calculations. Tested on real images, with a moved pretty obvious, the plugin shows a perfectible operation, although it may still be useful to save blurred photos for printing in a format not too big and then to be liked a good slice of home users.