iOS Universal Photography
Focos is a big step into the future of computational photography and light-field camera, bringing DSLR-like photography to your dual-camera 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.
- 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 existing portrait photos and customize the bokeh effect.
- 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.
- 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 iPad Pro, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.
Taking portrait photos is not possible on devices that lack dual cameras. It is therefore recommended that Focos is used on devices with dual cameras.
All sample photos in screenshots and video previews were shot on an iPhone 7 Plus.
Do you have questions or suggestions? Contact us via support @ focos . me.
- Released an emergent update to fix the weird black rendering in latest version. Thanks goes to Simon Evans and Richard Brown.
Changes in v1.6.3:
- New landscape mode on iPhone has been added for editing widescreen pictures. Thanks goes to Weslia who let me know the charm of anamorphic widescreen lens.
- To simulate the anamorphic widescreen lens, "Field curvature" & "Barrel distortion" have been added as new lens options, and "Lensbaby" & "Cineovision" have been added as new lens.
- New aspect ratios as 2.35:1 and 2.66:1 have been added when capturing photos.
- Pictures can be saved in JPEG and HEIC format with 4:4:4 chroma subsampling which is close to lossless compression. Thanks goes to Daryll Swer.
- Recent changes reduced the image rendering clarity due to algorithm changes. This version brings the image quality back to clear.
- Effect of RGB shift in lens options has been optimized.
- Structure and HDR filter issues have been fixed. Thanks goes to jlhaurais.
Enjoy using Focos and support us by leaving your review for the features of each update to help us make it better.