Camera shake reduction sharpen tool has disappeared in PS 2021 V.22.3.0

Explorer ,
Apr 08, 2021 Apr 08, 2021

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I wanted to sharpen a scan of an old carbon copy of a 1943 letter. In the past I have found the best way to do this is to use the Sharpen Filter for Camera Shake Reduction. To my astonishment, this very useful filter seems to have vanished. Has it been moved elsewhere. I hope so, since as I am keen on low light handheld photography, it is a filter I use quite a lot. See below screen grab showing no shake reduction filter present. 

 

Any suggestions on new location of this filter or has it become part of another tool? 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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I can access Shake Reduction in Photoshop 22.3.0 on both macOS and Windows. I wonder if you may be in a mode or using a tool where it's not accessible. Would you be able to post another screenshot that includes your whole screen?

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021

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It should be with the other Sharpen options.  

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I guess you could try making sure Show all filter groups and names is checked in Preferences > Plug-ins, but I don't think that would fix it.  You could try resetting Preferences.  

 

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Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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As I thought I had made clear, this only affects M1 Macs running in Native mode. Windows and Intel Macs are unaffected. In fact if you opt to run Photoshop through the Rosetta 2 emulator on an M1 Mac, both the shake reduction tool and plug-ins reappear and the application no longer crashed every time one tries to increase the pixel dimensions of a JPEG image. Adobe had highlighted these issues on an earlier Beta version of the Native M1 version of Photoshop but it would appear these have continued in the general release version 22.3.0 for M1 Macs. I think it might have been better to have kept the Native M1 version of PS in Beta development until such time as these bugs were sorted. I have liased with some of my colleagues on the Leica Camera Forum, who are also using PS V.22.3.0 M1 Macs and they all report identical issues, so it is defintely an Adobe problem and nothing to do with the way I am running PS or have it installed. 

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Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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When I tried to find the page you mention above, it was very difficult to find and a link to it did not appear when I put in the search string: "Shake reduction filter does not work on M1 Mac on V.22.3.0". I suspect this means that your parsing engine on the support query system is less than wholly competent, as that should have lead me straight to the M1 Native issues page. In addition this page does not mention consistent crashes on trying to increase the pixel dimensions of a JPEG image. As I said above, if there are that many issues with the native M1 version of PS, which are sufficiently extensive to seriously impact on its day to day usability, would it not have been more sensible to extend the beta testing regime, until such time as the release of a non-beta update became more stable and usable. Peoples' livelihoods depend on PS working properly. I have had to talk a number of my colleagues through how to run PS in Rosetta 2 mode, just so that they can carry on with their work. 

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Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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It's working for me.  I'm a bit confused as you seem to already know it is a bug affecting M1 Macs, so I don't how you think we can help you?  You'll have to wait for an update and hope it fixes it.

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Apr 10, 2021 Apr 10, 2021

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If you click on the below link what happens?

It should take you directly to a page explaining the issues with Native photoshop 22.3 on silicon M1Macs.

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-for-apple-silicon.html#native-known-issues

 

I should tell you that your not necessarily addressing adobe here on the user forums.

Most everyone including myself are volunteers and only someone with Adobe Employee next to

their user name is employed by adobe.

 

Adobe would like users to address adobe directly over here:

https://feedback.photoshop.com/

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