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Is it possible to enhance/unblur a picture background?

New Here ,
Jun 20, 2024 Jun 20, 2024

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I am currently trying to figure out which product might do what I need done, if any.  I have a picture that was taken on an iPhone 2nd gen SE.  The focus was on an object about arms length from the camera.  I am trying to figure out where the photo was taken and need to enhance the background to see if it somewhere familiar. I do not have experience with Adobe photo products and really don't want to purchase something that will be useless.  I am not clear on 2 things- 1 can this be done in Elements? 2 If I have no experience, will I be able to do it? Any help is appreciated. I have added the photo encase that helps

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Jun 20, 2024 Jun 20, 2024

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If that image that you posted is what you want to fix, I don't think that there is any software package that can do that.

It almost looks like a finger in front of the lens.

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Mentor ,
Jun 20, 2024 Jun 20, 2024

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It's 100% useless.  You have to have information in the raw image, and for the most part you simple don't have that- anything of use.


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Glenn has gotten about as much information as you can get out of that photo.  But did you post the whole photo?  It has a very low resolution.  The iPhone SE had a 12 MP camera.  Your image is far smaller than that.

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