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There were some other Twitter users, though, who replied to Sia's post asking about where the unblurred photos were.
In 2006, Levin deblurred a nonuniform motion blur image by segmenting nonuniform motion blur images into blurred regions and unblurred regions by using image statistics [16].
The moon and Earth are constantly moving, but the desired result is a sharp, unblurred image of the moon, so use a fast shutter speed, say 1/500sec, and a mid-range aperture between f/5.6 and f/11.
The reports say the investigation was launched because the Doy-an Media Group published unblurred images of the soldiers' bodies, while it had blurred the image of the body of a PKK member killed in a clash with security forces in Tunceli on Sept.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Eamonn Holmes was forced to make an on-air apology on This Morning after an unblurred image of the Italian magazine featuring the Duchess of Cambridge in a bikini "accidentally" appeared on screen.
EAMONN Holmes was forced to make an on-air apology on This Morning after an unblurred image of the Italian magazine front cover featuring the Duchess of Cambridge in a bikini "accidentally" appeared on screen.
Earlier, presenter Eamonn Holmes was forced to make an on-air apology on This Morning after an unblurred image of the magazine's front cover showing the Duke and Duchess in their swimwear "accidentally" appeared on screen.
EAMONN Holmes was forced to make an on-air apology yesterday after an unblurred image of the Italian magazine cover featuring the Duchess of Cambridge in a bikini appeared on screen.
EAMONN Holmes was forced to make an on-air apology on This Morning yesterday after an unblurred image of the Italian magazine front cover featuring the Duchess of Cambridge in a bikini accidentally appeared on screen.
barely aware of my great victory my tremendous dream unblurred i arose fully awake in consciousness yes, i remembered..
Robert Guy, 24, from Heaton, said: "It makes me feel uncomfortable that I could have been photographed without my knowledge and I happen to be one which slips through unblurred. I'll probably never know and it's unnerving."
Once again, the scientist's language comes closer to the mark than the artist/actor's linguistic "play," Much of Elaine's development as an artist will come from her reclaiming of the scientific aesthetic: using hard-edged realism (her glossy peaches), highly abstracted symbolism (the cat's eye, of course, and all the other objects in her paintings), clarity (the crisp, unblurred colours), transparency (the veneers of the egg tempera), and light (the reflective quality of the work, both literally, in the mirrors Elaine depicts, and metaphorically).