The FAK series of Brokeh patterns solve the issues of digital cinematography: skin renders natural and softer, lens distortion (adding weight to subjects) is eliminated, and the facial contours are enhanced for all skin tones. Brokeh filters use common facial hues in thier design, so the more pigment in your subjects skin, the deeper the effects.
The black and white photography in the photo above illustrates how the FAK pattern models the shape of the face in a more dramatic way. The face appears thinner than the white light even though the lighting instrument was not moved between shots. Also the transitions from specular highlights to shadow areas are smoother.