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  • Randolph Quest commented on kamathln's instructable Reduce motion blur using The GIMP1 year ago
    Reduce motion blur using The GIMP

    Hi KamathinI'd be grateful for any practical suggestion you may have for how I could improve a particular image (described below).The image is a TIFF file (1053 x 1373 pixels) that was produced (several years ago by a relative, not by me) by scanning a very old photograph. The defect that I would like to eliminate is that the image actually comprises two distinct identical images, which are displaced diagonally by about 5 pixels (as measured by me using the GIMP measurement tool). To me, the two images do not appear to result from continuous motion of the photographic apparatus (whether the camera or the enlarger). My guess is that the two images resulted from jolting of the photographic enlarger during the exposure of the print.I have GIMP in Ubuntu on my computer. Nevertheless, I am n...see more »Hi KamathinI'd be grateful for any practical suggestion you may have for how I could improve a particular image (described below).The image is a TIFF file (1053 x 1373 pixels) that was produced (several years ago by a relative, not by me) by scanning a very old photograph. The defect that I would like to eliminate is that the image actually comprises two distinct identical images, which are displaced diagonally by about 5 pixels (as measured by me using the GIMP measurement tool). To me, the two images do not appear to result from continuous motion of the photographic apparatus (whether the camera or the enlarger). My guess is that the two images resulted from jolting of the photographic enlarger during the exposure of the print.I have GIMP in Ubuntu on my computer. Nevertheless, I am not familiar with advanced photo editing software like GIMP or Photoshop. I have done some playing around with Photoshop when I had a Windows machine. However, I can follow specific instructions (though not instructions that skip steps, or assume familiarity with photo editing software and jargon, etc).Thank you.

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