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1

This seems very interesting, the enhance photo seems to be very far more better. Thanks for showing us another great idea.

2

Dude your software looks easy and cool try out..liked it much,nt like photoshop which is heave and complex.

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Sometimes insufficient sharpness can ruin an otherwise great photo.
There are several causes of blurring in digital photos: probably your hands were shaking, or the object was moving while the shutter was open, or the camera could not focus properly.


Pho.to site offers a smart algorithm that performs automatic deblurring with impressive results. To improve a photo that needs to be sharpened, use the Deblur tool in handle_url_tag('http://editor.pho.to', 'Online Photo! Editor') service.

First of all, upload a photo that needs to be sharpened (from your computer or from the Internet):

handle_img_tag('http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6081/6068902333_304321b0dd_b.jpg', false)   

When your photo is uploaded, click the Deblur button (in the Correct photos section):

handle_img_tag('http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6193/6072639922_70a808471c_m.jpg', false)

The sharpening effect can be controlled with the Strength and Radius sliders (you will find them above the image):

handle_img_tag('http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6199/6072137175_fdd7740ff9.jpg', false)

The strength defines how obvious the sharpening effect will be. Higher strength will result in more sharpening.
The radius determines the area that will be sharpened. With a low radius, only the pixels right next to the edge will be sharpened. With a high radius, a wider area will be sharpened. Setting the radius too high will give you weird outlines around edges.

Tip: Radius and strength work together. If you sharpen with a larger radius, you might need less strength than if you sharpen with a small radius.

This is the result that the tool showed with one of our photos:

handle_img_tag('http://pho.to/img/soft/editor/deblur_before.jpg', false)   handle_img_tag('http://pho.to/img/soft/editor/deblur_after.jpg', false)



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