The wide adoption of portable consumer electronics has corresponded with an equally substantial adoption and usage of digital cameras, many of which are integrated into the devices themselves. But the increased portability and continual development of digital cameras comes with the unfortunate trade-off of vulnerability to image blur. The lightweight nature of the cameras makes them very prone to camera shake, which in turn may cause image blurring, resulting in ruined image quality or other negative impacts. Prior methods of deblurring were forced to make very general, broad assumptions about the pictures they were correcting, restricting their viability to instances of small, uncomplicated image blur. In addition, prior techniques also ran the routine risk of removing or obscuring spatial information in the image such as object edges. In order to improve the applicability of deblurring methods while preserving essential image aspects, a substantial methodological revision is required.