Digital Imaging Software By Nick / 21st October 2011 Share Tweet Share Have Adobe Cracked the Code to Correcting Blurry Photos?Sound impossible? Not to Adobe!To be able to restore blurred images to sharpness would be uber-cool. It has to be one of the biggest game-changers to digital imaging that I have ever seen. This feature will hopefully be released with a new Photoshop (CS6) in the not so distant future. The previous mind blowing technology had to be "Content Aware" in Photoshop CS5. This allows us to easily and quickly clone out and heal parts of an image using intelligent processes within Photoshop.Watch how they restore blurred images in Photoshop below in (HD) and prepare to be amazed: This is even better but what will it do for the industry as a whole?It is great news for all photographers at all stages of their photography from amateur to pro at a base level. I.e., it will help us all to recover blurred images. However, from a purely professional viewpoint, is it another tool that will lessen the impact of our work?Will it bring another stream of amateurs into our workspace? Those with low skill levels, low creativity and minimum experience with all other aspects of photography (professionalism, people skills, business skills, album creation etc) to think it is enough to help them pitch themselves as a working professional?Are amateur photographers with a decent DSLR using all these tools and aids to propel themselves into this profession?Are they doing this without really thinking it through?Will this eventually contribute to the dilution of work available to long-standing professionals?How will this affect the professional photography industry?Do we need to up our game in other areas now?I would appreciate your thoughts below and please share this page with your friends!