One of the big new feature's in Adobe's contentious Photoshop CC is Camera Shake Reduction, a new tool that should help counteract in-camera blur. But short of shelling out for an official Adobe subscription, most of us aren't going to get a chance to play with it, so we're quite curious as to how well it really works. Over at ExtremeTech, Sebastian Anthony has taken Camera Shake Reduction for a spin, and shows where the much-hyped feature works, and where it doesn't.

The algorithm for Camera Shake Reduction appears to be based…

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