Adobe teases new ‘Shake Reduction’ feature for blurry photos, coming to Photoshop soon

Adobe teases new ‘Shake Reduction’ feature for blurry photos, coming to Photoshop soon

Shortly after releasing Lightroom 5 in public beta, Adobe has taken to YouTube to tease a new Camera Shake Reduction feature coming soon to Photoshop.

According to Sr. Photoshop Product Manager Zorana Gee, this tool “allows one to de-blur an image that would have been otherwise lost.” Gee emphasized that Camera Shake Reduction works “really great for shots taken in low light conditions or with slow shutter speeds.” The feature will eventually be found in the Filter menu, under the Sharpen section.

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This news comes ahead of Adobe Max, the company’s yearly conference focused on professional photographers and designers.

Since last year’s lead up to the Creative Suite 6 launch, Adobe has made a habit of teasing upcoming features and gauging consumer response as they move through the development process. In other words, this is simply one of many features to be added to the popular photo editing app, so don’t be surprised if a ton of other new features make their debut in the coming weeks.

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