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The final product is impressive, considering it was composed on a three-inch iPod touch screen.
The buttons at the top control how the "in focus area" is represented on-screen while you manipulate the image. The area can be a strip across the photo, or an ellipse.
TiltShift also works in landscape mode, which helps with wider photos.
With a photo open, you can drag an area you want to stay in focus, while the rest of the image gets blurrier as it gets farther away from the selection. You can control the blurriness with the slider at the bottom of the window.
TiltShift comes with images pre-loaded, so you can master the art of tilt-shift fakery before you try it on your own photos.
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