Focus modes.

Portrait.

The Focus CK Portrait setting allows you quickly and easily draw your viewer's eye to your subject while reducing the impact of distracting elements on your subject. Simply click on the image and a large circle with an inner circle will appear. Click and drag the circle to adjust the size of your focus. Next, adjust the Aperture slider to increase or decrease the blur "fall off" on your image.

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Nature.

The Nature setting allows you to add selective Focus across your image. Simply click on the image and the Linear Tool will appear with 2 focus lines on the top and the bottom along with a Rotate control that allows you to rotate the Linear Tool. Click and drag the lines to adjust the size of your focus. Next, adjust the Aperture slider to increase or decrease the amount of blur that you would like apply.

Architecture.

The Architecture setting allows you to add selective Focus across your image. Simply click on the image and the Linear Tool will appear with 2 focus lines on the top and the bottom along with a Circular Tool that allows you to rotate the Linear Tool. Click and drag the lines to adjust the size of your in focus area.

Macro.

The Macro setting allows you to add selective Focus across your image. Simply click on the image and a large circle with an inner circle will appear. Click and drag the circle to adjust the size of your in focus area. Next, adjust the Aperture slider to increase or decrease the "fall off" of your in focus area.

Tilt-Shift.

The Tilt-Shift setting allows you to add selective Focus across your image. Simply click on the image and the Linear Tool will appear with 2 focus lines on the top and the bottom along with a Circular Tool that allows you to rotate the Linear Tool. Click and drag the lines to adjust the size of your in focus area.

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Custom.

The Custom setting allows you to add selective Focus across your image. When you choose Custom the image will automatically have blur applied across the entire image. Use the Brush Tool to "Paint" over the area where you want to remove the blur effect. Move your cursor over the image and hold down the left mouse key to apply the brush. To see the area that has been brushed, move your cursor off the image.

When using the Custom Setting the Vignette will be applied using your Brush Selection as the edge and starting point for your vignette.