No, instead, we spend money on apps which enhance photos in a way only professionals could accomplish back in the day of film processing. Here’s one you’ll enjoy. Do you have photos where you’d like to add sharp focus to one subject but blur out the rest of the image?
That’s what Lens Blur does. It’s something of a one-trick pony app that does blurs, but oh how those blurs can create great photos. Grab a photo. Pop open Lens Blur. Play.
Functions are all about blurring focus anywhere you want on a photo.
You can select the type of lens blur you want based on camera lens, adjust focus shift and aperture, even change the exposure, brightness, and highlights– all to achieve easily what once required loads of film, patience, and know-how.
A boring tree becomes a background work of art.
The use of blur requires only your imagination, but there’s no better way to bring a single object to the viewers eyes than to blur the background. Lens Blur has plenty of presets, too, so you’re not stuck trying to figure out specific effects.
Alright, focus is one thing, and blurring is something else altogether. Patience and trial and error will make a difference in your final results, but this is one of those useful and inexpensive apps that can do wonders to a simple photo.
Caveats? Fast Mac. Much RAM. The larger the photo the slower some effects are applied.