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I get a free newsletter from one of the It sites, and found this great (free) link for you - UNSHAKE. It un-shakes and de-blurs your blurry, shaky photos and pretty much makes them decent pix again.

You'll have to experiment (just a little bit) to get the right settings, but UNshake is 100% better than deleting or throwing those photos away!

Hope this helps!


  1. Sherry from Alabama28 May 2010 at 13:42

    Thank you for sharing this site Susie! I can sure use it.

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

  2. My name is Toni28 May 2010 at 22:12

    Susie... once again thank you for sharing information... I just love your blog !!!

  3. Susie Jefferson28 May 2010 at 22:27

    Sherry - can't we all, lol lol lol

    Toni - bless you for that!

  4. Oh my gosh.. I definitely am ready to throw my camera into the garbage bin! I took more than half a dozen photos, outdoors, of our Memorial Day parade, and NONE of the pics came out well... ALL were blurry, and THAT was with the anti-shake feature turned ON! Definitely disappointing!.. I never had a problem with a Canon.. Still thinking I'm going try to get one SOON! Till that day comes, however, I will check out this site! Thanks so much Susie! ((Hugs!) ~tina

  5. Lynn@ The Vintage Nest3 June 2010 at 21:22

    Susie, thank you for the tip. I am heading over there now to check it out!


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