Old 06-17-2006, 06:57 PM   #1
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Is their a tool in PSP9 That can get rid of the blure in these pictures.
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:16 PM   #2
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More Metra.......
Try adjusting the shutter speed.
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Old 06-17-2006, 07:24 PM   #3
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No, there's nothing you can do since the shutter speed was too slow. If you have some manual control over your camera, try making the shutter speed at least 1/320s for starters...
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Shoot. I can't rechange the shutter speed for past pictures. This really sucks. The two really good pictures that I take, and they are blurry.

If they weren't, do you think they would be accepted?
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Without the blurr, the first one would have a good chance with a bit of cropping.

I don't think the second one would make it without the blurr. Backlit would be the case there.

I wouldn't sweat these rejections. The good thing is that they are photos of Metra. You'll definitely be able to get better photos of them, including the same engine number and cab car.

But that's just my opinion...
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Without the blurr, the first one would have a good chance with a bit of cropping.

I don't think the second one would make it without the blurr. Backlit would be the case there.

I wouldn't sweat these rejections. The good thing is that they are photos of Metra. You'll definitely be able to get better photos of them, including the same engine number and cab car.

But that's just my opinion...
Not disagreeing, but how would the second photo be backlit. the light is fully on the nose and body.
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I got the two photos mixed up. Sorry.
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More Metra.......
HAHAHAHAHA!!! Exactly!
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I don't think the first one would make it without the blurr. Backlit would be the case there.
The blur is totally moot, as is the backlighting. I'd say those kind of take a backseat to the fact that the photo in question looks like a nuclear explosion.

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Without the blurr, the second one would have a good chance with a bit of cropping.
Doubtful. That's about as bland as one can get. More blur would actually help this photo, albeit marginally. If it was possible, a slow shutter speed would blur the train even more and would actually accentuate the train speed.

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HAHAHAHAHA!!! Exactly!
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