Apple iPhone users take a lot of pictures and why not, it comes with an excellent camera that can easily replace your point-and-shoot camera for most occasions. Sometimes, however, we end with blurred pictures and while the damage looks quite unrepairable, there are some amazing applications out there that can remove the blurry effect. The one that we recommend is Movavi Photo Editor.
In this article, we will show you how to make a blurry picture clear using Movavi photo editor. Available for both windows operating system and MacOS, it takes only a couple of minutes to download and install this application. Once you have installed the application, double click on it and click on the button that says “browse for images”. This will allow you to add the pictures that you want to deblur.
You can also simply drag-and-drop the images. You can import these formats: BMP, DPX, EXR, GIF (not animated), JPEG, JPEG-LS, JPEG 2000, PBM, PAM, PGM, PCX, PIC, PGMYUV, PNG, PIX, PTX, PPM, Sun Rasterfile, TIFF, TARGA, WebP, XFace, XBM and XWD.
Go to the Adjust tab of the application and then, to the field that says Sharpness. Move the slider to the right to increase the sharpness of the picture. If you move the slider to the left, it will increase the blur effect. The Photo Editor makes use of special smart noise removal algorithm that clears up every kind of digital noise to give you super crisp and detailed pictures in the end.
The Movavi photo editor is rich in terms of presents and effects, so feel free to tinker with the bucketful of effects. For instance, pictures taken by my iPhone 6s lack contrast, so I improved the contrast by moving its slider to the right. The application lets you edit the frame and level the images as well.
The app has resize option as well that compresses the pictures by reducing their resolution. This reduces their size and you can the share the pictures through email or social media much faster.
Now that we have applied all the effects, it is time to save the image. For that, click on the Export button. Click that will save the modified images to the hard disk of your computer. Supported export formats include BMP, DPX, JPEG, PCX, PBM, PNG, PGM, PPM, TIFF, TGA and XBM. Make sure you have enough free space left in your computer.
August 19, 2016