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    that's the point of the new "light field" sensors tehy're developing that capture everything and allow you to choose your focus in post but to my knowledge there's nothing like that yet
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    Martin. That was hilarious. You greatly enhanced my evening. Thank you.

    Sorry OP :)
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    Saw a 'making-of' on the 'Rules of Attraction' BluRay http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0292644/ that featured a very cool difficult scene (definitely worth a watch. I saw his technique stolen recently on a tv commercial). Unfortunately, Avary noticed after shooting that it was out of focus - and he was able to save it to some degree (still a bit out of focus, but better). You might try using NeatVideo first to remove any noise, as you don't want to sharpen noise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulherrin View Post
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    elsie, the thing your thinking of calculates camera shake and tries to correct the motion blur for it. as far as i'm aware, that will not help shots that are simply out of focus.
    Paul, I may have dreamed this but I really think I saw something, and I thought it was here on Reduser, that suggested Adobe had actually managed to take a single out-of-focus photo into Photoshop and re-focus it. But I have no link to anything relating to that, so it could be as you say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elsie N View Post
    Paul, I may have dreamed this but I really think I saw something, and I thought it was here on Reduser, that suggested Adobe had actually managed to take a single out-of-focus photo into Photoshop and re-focus it. But I have no link to anything relating to that, so it could be as you say.
    Elsie, I think this is what your talking about. I saw this a while ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Ryan View Post
    Elsie, I think this is what your talking about. I saw this a while ago...

    Matt, yes. This is what I was thinking of and according to this it is as Paul said and probably not what the OP was asking for. Thanks for the memory correction.
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