REQUIRES DUAL CAMERA PHONES. NOT COMPATIBLE WITH A12 DEVICES
A12 DEVICES ALREADY HAVE BUILT IN DEPTH CONTROL
Do you miss having an iphone Xr/Xs simply because they can adjust that beautiful blur called bokeh on portrait mode photos? No need to spend $800 to get them!
Aperturize brings adjustable depth of field for portrait mode pics to dual camera iphones. You can control the blur level simply by using a slider in photos app. This works all the way back to iOS 11.0.
Great now i can choose the right level of blur for my pics! But wait there's more! What if you could change the blur intensity even before taking the shot?
You can do that in Aperturize, it unlocks real time adjustable blur control in the portrait mode camera. THIS FEATURE ONLY WORKS ON iOS 12.0+.
On iOS 13, you also get these features:
-High key mono filter
-Portrait lighting intensity control when editing portrait photos
Why i do not see the depth slider when editing a photo?
The slider only appears for original portrait mode photos. Original photos will have a portrait mode toggle button on top.
Why i do not get the real time camera blur slider?
This works only on dual camera devices and it also requires iOS 12. When in portrait mode in camera, a f button will appear in top right. This toggles the depth slider.
Why i do not get the portrait lighting control on iphone 7+?
This tweak is only for depth control. If you need portrait lighting use lightson or portrait lighting enabler
What's the difference between Aperturize and Focos depth slider?
Once you edit a photo with Focos, it loses all its depth metadata and cannot be reverted back. But with Aperturize you can re-adjust the blur as many times as you want and revert easily.
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- support for ios 14
|Updated||November 23, 2020|
|iOS Version(s)||11.0 or later|
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