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Description

COMPLETELY REDESIGNED: VERSION 2 OF TILT SHIFT FOCUS IS NOW AVAILABLE!

Toyworlds on your Mac!

The popular iPhone application now on your Mac!

"Make a molehill out of a mountain"
- tuaw.com

"...easy to use and does its job quick and effectively..."
- apfeltalk.de


With Tilt-Shift-Focus you can easily edit photos to create fake miniatures, enhance or change the depth of field and focus area of your picture, or precisely soften details. Fake miniature and depth of field can improve the visual and artistic quality of your photographs and you can do all that with just a few clicks in the Tilt-Shift-Focus editor.

Features:
- crop images
- edit and adjust with 4 different blur-tools
- combine multiple effects
- smooth transitions between blurred and focused areas
- quick miniature effect
- cool zooming effect
- big selection of image filters

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What’s New

Version 2.2

+ Added support for importing heic files.
+ New Filter: Stark.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Patton999 ,

Counter-intuitive

Strangely, the iPhone and the other free app for the Mac works much better than this paid app. The way you position the point of tilt-shift is extremely counter-intuitive. I kept clicking and trying to drag the circle but ended up shifting my point of focus; very frustrating. The app didn't crash on me, like it did for others, so at least that works. The quality of the photos looks a bit off although when you save the image and open it in Preview, it seems alright. All said, if I could return this app, I would unless a significant update is in the works.

RodrigoHSS ,

It could be better

I like the application, however it doesn't export on the same size and quality as imported and it includes some information below the image. As it's a paid application, it shouldn't write anything over the image.

MotionHouse ,

Not intuitive, a bit buggy

I think this program has a lot of promise, but I would still consider it a beta at this stage. Firstly, the method for specifying the area of focus is very counter intuitive. Instead of simply clicking on an area and dragging, one has to click, release, drag, then click again to determine the range of focus. It took me awhile to get the hang of this and it seems totally unnecessary. I would also like to be able to control the amount of vignetting on an image. Right now it is either on or off. I have experienced several annoying crashes with this version and I look forward to a quick bug update.

Information

Seller
Sebastian Schenk
Size
3.8 MB
Category
Photography
Compatibility

macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English, French, German

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2010-2018 dev.LUX GbR
Price
$7.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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