by Tobias Due Munk
Photo & Video
· New ‘Macro’ filter that changes the proximity. Allows for more aggressive blurring of background, even for photos of subjects further away. · New two sided option to tilt. Includes a spacing adjustment. · New toggle to see original photo. · New toggle to see depth preview. (You can still toggle the depth preview using 3D Touch on the entire photo.) · Improvements to Swedish localization. Thanks Sebastian Rehnby! · Fixed VoiceOver labels not set correctly for Tilt controls. · Fix for opening photo inPhoto Editing Extension not applying aperture and focus point to match previously saved edit in Slør.
Edit Portrait Mode photos. › Adjust background blue. › Adjust focus point. › Higher quality.
Combine Effects. › Lens Blur. Add a radial effect for blurring everything around the subject additionally for dramatic effect. › Tilt. Adjust the focal plane by tilting it, just like a tilt-shift lens does on a DSLR. › Macro. Simulates moving subjects closer. Allows for more aggressive background blur, even for subjects farther away. › Depth Map. Smart preview depth information with a quick 3D Touch to quickly see how radial and tilt affects it.
Deep iOS integration. › Slør saves all edits to yourPhoto Library as modification that doesn’t override the original photo data. ›Photo Editing Extension. Quickly open photos for edit directly in thePhotos.app.
Accessible › Adaptable font sizes, › Smart Invert, and › Voice Over support.
Available in English, Spanish, French, German, Russian, Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish.
The app has a fallback mode for photos that doesn’t contain depth information, but it works best with photos taken with Portrait Mode on dual camera iPhones, like iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone 7 Plus. Slør also works with Portrait Mode photos taken using the front facing True Depth camera on the iPhone X.