Fix some bugs and enhance Gaussian blur quality.
How to use DrawFocus? Just as in Photoshop Layer Mask.
You can take a picture or just import your photo from the album into DrawFocus. Every photo on DrawFocus has two separate layers and a layer mask, just as in Photoshop. The top photo is a normal photo with a layer mask and the bottom photo is the effect layer. Drawing on the top photo to mask out some unwanted area and then apply some filters on the bottom photo to create a special effect.
DrawFocus allows you to apply Gaussian Blur and Color Saturation filter on the photo. By applying Gaussian blur filter and adjusting the blur size on the bottom photo to produce a shallow depth of field effect just as a professional DSLR. You can also set the saturation of your background image to make your photo stand out. Zooming in some area to exam it if you need.
DrawFocus lets you draw on the screen to blur some area. It is easy to use and very simple and intuitive. Adjusting saturation to reduce the color of the photo to create gray scale-like image. If you go back to adjust the blur size, DrawFocus will remove the adjustment of saturation to original color. So you can adjust blur size and saturation repeatly to achieve the best result as you like.
Except photographic effect, you can also use DrawFocus to protect some privacy. If your photo contained some private information, for example, human face, address number, license plate number, username and password, you can easily protect them just with your finger.
If you are a photographer, graphic designer, visual effect worker, DrawFocus will be the first choice for you.
- April 16, 2013 Initial release
- April 29, 2013 New version 1.1
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- May 15, 2013 New version 1.2
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- June 26, 2013 Price increase: FREE! -> $0.99