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How to Rectify Blurry Pictures Easily

Sometimes the photos that you snap may turn out blurry for some reason or other. It may have been an issue with the focus, or it may have been because of some movement as the photo was being snapped – but suffice to say, the photo itself may seem to be irreversibly compromised.

That isn’t exactly true however, and there is actually a way to rectify blurry pictures quite easily. All that you need is Movavi Photo Editor and you will be able to edit your photo and fix the problem in just a couple of minutes by:

  1. Click ‘Browse for Images’ and select the blurry photo that you want to fix.
  2. Open the ‘Adjust’ tab and locate the ‘Sharpness’ slider.
  3. Adjust the sharpness slider so that the picture becomes less blurry.
  4. When you’re satisfied, click ‘Export’ and save the photo.

In most cases all you need to do is adjust the sharpness of your photo and it will help to make it less blurry. However the Movavi Photo Editor is capable of doing a lot more than just fix blurry pictures too.

By exploring and experimenting with the other features of the software, you will find that you’re able to enhance the quality of your photos, apply stylish filters, insert customizable text, transform the frame and orientation, remove elements, or even replace the entire background. Depending on how your photo turns out after you’ve fixed its blurriness, you may very well want to apply one (or more) of these features to help improve it further.

As you start to use the software and try out its features, you’ll begin to develop a better feel for what each one can do. It doesn’t take any experience to use Movavi Photo Editor, but by understanding the features you’ll be able to figure out which ones will help you to improve your photos a lot more easily. In fact, you may even be able to edit your photos so that they appear high quality and professional – just as they would in a magazine.


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