depends on how blurry it really is.
Photshop can only sharpen so much.
I can try if you want! — –
The only way you might (emphasise might) be able to fix it is to scan it and try to manipulate the image in a photo editing program. I don’t have much hope, though. You will not destroy the original by scanning so there is no downside in trying.
You say it is blurry. Well, there are several types of blurry – either it is out of focus, but the camera has not moved while you took the picture – or, the camera was moved while the exposure was made, so you have camera shake, or the camera was still and the person or subject moved, so everything else is clear, but the person shows movement.
It also depends on how bad the blur is – if extreme, it is unlikely to be recoverable.
If moderate or slight, don’t get stressed – software is in process of being developed which will analyse what the blurred object or scene would have originally looked like, and will attempt to predict what it should look like, and then show a corrected image. Presently, it is planned to incorporate this into digital cameras, but it will later be available as software, which will fix your problem, as you will just need to scan the photo, and then the software will fix the scanned images.
Watch the internet, and you should find it will be available within a year from now, I guess, so sometime before August 2011
I hope this is of some help
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