Macphun has given us a number of great tools for iOS and OS X, and their Focus product is certainly no exception. Light field cameras
hold some promise of providing simple after-the-shot adjustments for your photos, but complex focus situations like tilt-shift, macro, and portrait photography still require one of two things: an
expensive lens combined with perfect technique, or stellar software. Focus 2 Pro is, luckily, the latter, and it’s drastically cheaper than all those camera
lenses and other software packages designed to simulate focus effects.
Plug It In
Focus 2 Pro shares one trait with its Macphun brethren: it does one thing, and it does it really well. All of the Macphun desktop apps and most of the iOS apps share a common interface paradigm,
with a large, central image viewing pane and a slider-based adjustment pane on the right. You can launch the app as a standalone and then open files manually, but the Pro version is really
designed for integration with Aperture, Lightroom, or Photoshop via plug-in.
Focus 2 Pro is capable of handling RAW or TIFF images up to 16-bit, so your original image…