Focos 2.0 turns any photo into a ‘portrait’
A new update to Focos lets you turn any photo into a “portrait mode”-style image with fully adjustable depth of field, no matter what kind of camera you took it with. It’s not quite magic, but it is pretty cool.
Focos has long been one of the most ambitious photo-editing apps on iOS, giving you control over the depth map generated by dual-camera iPhones in portrait mode. You can adjust aperture, simulate different styles of bokeh from various lenses, choose different points of focus, and so on.
For example, here’s a picture of our bunny shot in portrait mode on an iPhone 8 Plus:
And here it is in Focos, where you’re able to view the depth map from another angle and actually add a virtual bulb in 3D space to provide…