Hipster [Focal Point]
part of the Hipster series for Photoshop and Elements, Windows or Mac! Create tilt-shift images easily! Create selective focus or adjust depth of focus with just a click!
Focal Point creates masks on a duplicate of your image and adds an adjustable blur to create a directional focus effect.
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