Moments in time are all but impossible to get back. How many times have you over the years snapped a shot only to then look at it and find out it is fuzzy or just not quite right.
Or, how many old family photos do you have from “back in the day” when you were shooting with a camera that was loaded with 110 film to get the photos back and be disappointed with the results even though you shot two of everything just to be sure?
Well I came across an interesting bit of software you can read about here and even download the open source software here. The simplest way to try it is also free on a site here. Take a look at the results.
The above is my Lisa and a dear old Italian friend who taught my wife and I how to make wine and we enjoyed the hobby for many years in the fall.
The next one is from a number of years ago with my mom being silly enjoying an ice-cream cone (yes Swedes always wear jackets – one in summer and two in winter so goes the joke).
Then we have a selfie shot during one of our first flights after being vaccinated. Really look at Lisa before the transformation and after. Stunning.
While it also works on landscapes like the shot of my family’s Swedish summer house from back in the early 70’s but it is not as impressive as with human faces where the software really shines.
Photos really are a treasure of our trips and with digital it is simple to shoot any number of photos over and over to make sure we get a good one but with this handy tool I have found myself cleaning up a number of old shots and now, if I get the perfect shot and it is a little fuzzy, I can make it look closer to perfect! – René
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Great program. Why is it free?
@Scott – Ours is not to question why! There are a number of open source programs that are very very good.