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sfordin - 2020-04-02 20:44:21
It’s just so cool!
I’m really enjoying using Focos. The app is well designed and, given the complexity of the things it can do, pretty darned easy to use. It’s also nice that recent versions of the app can work with all photos in your Photos library, not just photos shot in Portrait mode. I mostly use Focos for post-processing rather than live shooting because the recycle time between live shots in Focos is a little slow for my liking. I use the native Camera app, ProCam, ProCamera, or a stand-alone DSLR for shooting, and then use Focos for post-processing. Post-processing features are where Focos shines. Per its name, Focos enables you to easily adjust focus points in your image, regardless of where the focus point was in your original image. For example, say you have a photo of two people, one in the foreground and one in the background. You can simply tap on the screen to switch between putting one person into focus while blurring the other. You can also adjust depth of field, bokeh (blurring intensity and shape), and lens type. You can also adjust lighting, bokeh, exposure and other effects for different focal planes in your image or for the image as a whole. For example, you could apply a soft light on a focal plane that’s behind your primary subject. This kind of thing is really pretty easy to do — and you can do it without worrying much about the terms I’ve used here. The output produced by Focos is high quality — I’ll leave it to the medium-format camera aficionados to debate the meaning of “high quality” — but suffice it to say that I’ve been able to use Focos to produce results that have consistently “wowed” people, and the results look great printed at 8”x10”, which is the largest I’ve tried so far. Get this app. It’s way cool.
bos.sassy - 2020-04-05 06:03:24
I have and iPhone 6s and I really wanted to be able to blur my photos without buying another phone. So I downloaded this app and it’s amazing. P.s I am a real person 😂
anon afre - 2020-04-03 10:17:14
Best photo editor on the AppStore
This app is top notch I would appreciate if you could integrate video editing with same features kudos to the developer 💯
Focos now supports all devices and editing of all pictures. Focos is a big step into the future of computational photography and light-field camera, bringing DSLR-like photography to your iPhone and iPad Pro, with beautiful bokeh effects usually achievable only with professional large aperture cameras. With the technology of computational photography, you can make unlimited changes to your photos, focus after the fact, change the aperture repeatedly, and add multiple lights in 3D space, exceeding the limits of any editing tools you’ve known before. The creative potential unleashed by Focos is endless. The Verge, "Focos has long been one of the most ambitious photo-editing apps on iOS, turning any photo into a 'portrait mode'-style image with fully adjustable depth of field, no matter what kind of camera you took it with." MAIN FEATURES - Take photos with shallow depth of field, without manually painting or making selections. - True 3D imaging. - Simulate large apertures to create real bokeh effects normally only possible with DSLR cameras and expensive lenses. - Import all existing photos and customize the bokeh effect. - With the advanced technology of machine learning, it calculates the depth of field automatically for every photo. - Re-focus portrait photos that have already been taken, with a simple tap. - Choose from various simulated aperture diaphragms to generate different bokeh spot effects. - Professional options to simulate lens characteristics, such as creamy, bilinear, swirly, and reflex effects, and more. - Visualize the depth of areas within your portrait photos in a 3D view, and intuitively add depth filters. - Add multiple lights in a 3D space, and adjust the color, brightness and so on for each light. - Check the portrait picture in the real world with augmented reality technique. - It is possible to patch the depth map precisely on iPad with Apple Pencil. - Intuitive and easy to use, with built-in video tutorials. - An essential tool for all iPhones and iPads. Do you have questions or suggestions? Contact us via support @ focos . me.