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Bokeh 2 provides a wide range of creative focus effects and accurate lens simulation in a simple interface. Photographers use Bokeh to draw attention to their subject by manipulating focus, vignette, and depth of field.

Bokeh gives you the visual language of specialized lenses without the expense or hassle. Just drop a focus region over your subject and choose a preset or easily craft your own look.

Bokeh 2 is dramatically faster, has multiple focus regions, motion blur, and a more flexible vignette.

Features

Photoshop CS5 64-bit Support
Lightroom Support
Creative Lens Optics
Realistic Depth-Of-Field Simulation
Creative Aperture
Multiple Regions
Grain Matching
Vignette Enhancements
Settings Enhancements
Non-Destructive Editing
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