iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners who want a way to take refocusable photos and create extraordinary, unique and unforgettable visuals that tell a different story with every tap, can now download the innovative new app tap2focus from Caal Studio.
tap2focus essentially turns a user's device into a light field camera, which enables them to take refocusable photos, and then simply tap to refocus them later on. Users can make their refocusable photos viewable by anyone with a web browser, or share the amazing creations with friends on Facebook and Twitter or through email.
Other key tap2focus features include:
* The option to tap as many focus points as desired in a single photo
* Both automatic and manual shoot modes (ideal for difficult and complex photos)
* A variety of cool F/X filters to enhance each photo and make them unique
* The ability to backup photos as file attachments, which can then be emailed or sent to iTunes
"A single photo does not tell the complete story," commented Chan Paey-Lun of Caal Studio. "And now with tap2focus, users can re-focus their photos, and tell a different story with each tap. It's a whole new way to experience photography and photo editing - and it's so easy to use!"
Users who want to transform their device's camera so they can produce extraordinary, unique and unforgettable photos and visuals that tell a different story with every tap, can download tap2focus now from the App Store.
tap2focus 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.
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