Focos DSLR-like Photography iPhone App Review

| December 6, 2017

Who said creativity stops after snapping a photograph? Focos for iPhone brings DSLR-like photography to your dual-camera iPhone with large aperture and real bokeh effect, which most photographers have always desired. You can get Focos for free of cost from iTunes App Store.


Focos for iPhone takes your iPhone 7 Plus, 8 Plus or X’s Portrait Mode shots and makes them look more professional by adding more realistic and customizable bokeh effects. Interesting, the effects generated looks better than what Apple is generating with its own Camera app. At the least, they are more customizable that you can find a more appropriate effect for every photo. The best part is that using Focos app for iPhone, even a novice could click professional grade photos. You don’t need expert skills to snap such perfect looking pictures. For example, you just press shutter to take pictures with the depth of field without painting or making selection. For professionals, they will be amazed at professional options available for you to simulate any type of lens including the top-level or defective ones. You will notice Focos for its true 3D imaging. You can also import existing portrait photos and edit the bokeh effect again. Various diaphragms generate different bokeh spot effects. Users can view the portrait photos in 3D mode and add the depth filters intuitively. Depth filters allows you to simulate snowy or foggy weather.

Focos DSLR-like Photography iPhone App

Focos app for iPhone is a lot user friendly. First time users may refer to the video tutorial to understand its nuances of operation. UI layout is easy to navigate. You won’t find much trouble in finding its various menu options. Performance wise, the app is slick and responsive. It requires iOS 11.0+.

Final Take

Focos for iPhone let you to shift focus and change aperture size to vary the depth. It also let you use various bokeh diaphragms to give it the right look. You can add effects to portrait mode images, either to a single component of the image or both. Once done, the edited image is saved separately. UI design is user friendly. One click share option comes handy. Support for foreign languages comes to the aid of non-English people. It is also stable. Overall, a well-made photo editing app that let you click DSLR quality photos.


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