A special shout-out to MacPhun software... In post processing, I used Lightroom along with SnapHeal Pro and Intensify Pro. Give 'em a try!
Part Two: Fun with MacPhun! Since I wrote this blog, I started playing with a few MacPhun editing tools and thought I'd share what I did.
First, here is the photo I started with....
Everything is in color and in focus. Not bad.
Next, from Lightroom I edited this in MacPhun's Focus 2 Pro. I painted in the two areas I wanted in focus and the background was set out of focus. I thought the volunteer to the left was interesting, so I painted him in focus along with the bucking horse and the cowboy.
Finally, I took the above photo and edited it with MacPhun's ColorStrokes. It converts the above photo to greyscale, then I am able to paint back in the original color. If you make a mistake it is easy to correct, by the way.
So now I ended up with a photo with selective bokeh (fuzzy focus) and areas I wanted highlighted with color. Pretty neat, huh?