These settings control the effects which are normally caused by the camera.


With the lens settings (the three checkboxes and the "Amount" bar) you can darken or lighten the edges similar the effect seen with the oldest camera's and photographs.
If you wish you can also specify a custom color instead of the darkening or brightening, Although you can chooce any color you wish we advise you use either a very dark or bright color. If you specified the monochrome mode in the Film settings or the source image is monochrome you should use a color close to that of the average monochrome color.
This setting can also be used to recreate the effect of the popular russian Lomo photocamera's.

Defocus blurs the image to make it look less sharp or out-of-focus. The algorithm used is not the best quality blur effect available but does well enough for the small blurs found here.
If you require more blurring then you should revert to the Gaussian Blur filter found on most graphics applications.

This setting will shift the picture up or down by a set percentage. Positive values will shift it down whilst negative values will shift it up.

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