IanGibson Posted July 8, 2015 Share Posted July 8, 2015 Having changed from an EOS 6D and wide aperture prime lens system to a Sony A6000 f4.0 zoom lens based system, one of the down sides is I appear to be getting more images with signs of camera shake when taking walk around hand held photos. My current workflow is almost entirely based on LR5, and only moving to Photoshop Elements for any cloning of objects larger than dust spots. Clearly I need to pay pay more attention to my technique, and I will do that, but I've noticed that the latest version of PS has a camera shake filter. Has anyone used this? It seems to me that if it works, it would be useful to build it into my workflow for all hand held images. I assume that if a point of light moves say 10 pixels in 1/20 seconds, then it will still move 2 pixels in 1/100 seconds, and so a camera shake filter, if it works effectively, should sharpen up most hand held images. Any thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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