We're pretty sure you've ever seen that photo effect in which one object is focused an the background is blurry. AfterFocus adds that functionality to your phone camera. You just need to take a picture and start editing it.
First off, AfterFocus asks you to choose between two method to select the focus area "Smart" or "Manual". The "Smart" mode is a semi-automatic mode: you just need to draw lines over objects and it will automatically select areas. However, it won't as accurately as you may think. For this reason, there are "undo" "eraser" and "black lines" correctors. Anyway, the smart mode works pretty good, and is the one I preferred. If you choose "manual" mode you'll have to draw the whole area you want to apply focus by dragging.
After editing focus, you can select blur degree, select the aperture shape, fading it BG, apply up to 14 filters. Once finished you can save the picture or share it by using any of the sharing resources installed in your mobile device. The app is set in a good-looking layout and it's really easy to use. Tutorial (including video) on how to edit focus, helps to get the hang of it. High recommendable.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Oct 09, 2012