Power of shake reduction...

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I've been revisiting old shots this past week, and I remembered two that I had really wished had panned out, but there was a little too much motion blur in each to merit much being done with them. I'm starting to get the hang of the new shake reduction in PSCC and man, it saved both shots. Here you go:

#1: Taken in El Yunque in Puerto Rico
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#2: Taken at Mission San Xavier del Bac outside of Tucson, AZ
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Just wanted to share them since I'm so happy that they can finally be worked. As always, CC are greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Dave
 
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Be interesting to see the pre-shake reduction shots

An excellent point. This is full on before/after, so it includes all of the processing used to get it to the final b&w, but this should still show you how well it works:

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