I am a bodybuilder, and can give you some tips on form in the chest press movement that will help you to focus the work toward the pecs. Of course, in a pressing movement you cannot strictly isolate the chest, but these tips will help you to minimize the involvement of the shoulders and triceps and lats.
To isolate as a bodybuilder would, you want to do the opposite of what a powerlifter does. Powerlifters try to recruit as many muscle groups as possible to move the most weight possible.
Arching your back allows you to recruit your lats into the movement. To keep from using your back, keep it flat against the bench. If you have trouble doing this, raise your knees up and put your feet on the bench, and this will flatten the low back out. You can even lift your feet up and bring your knees toward your torso while doing the exercise.
A narrow grip on the bar allows you to recruit your triceps. To keep your triceps involvement to a minimum widen your grip until your forearms are able to remain perpendicular to the ground through most of the movement.
Slipping your shoulder blade out and Rolling your shoulder forward allows you to recruit your shoulder muscle more. To avoid this, you have to do two things. First, start each set by squeezing your shoulder blades together. Leave them together throughout the set, and keep your shoulder back. Do not push your shoulder forward as you extend your arm. The other thing you need to pay attention to is your elbow position. Your elbows should be tucked slightly toward your torso, more in line with your chest than your shoulder. This also keeps you from putting your rotators in a compromised position.
Another technique you can use is to pre-exhaust the chest with an isolation movement (machine flyes) before the compound movement (bench press). Do not be concerned with the amount of weight you are lifting rather pay attention to whether you feel the pecs working.
One exercise that is severely underutilized is dumbbell pullovers. Lie perpendicular to a bench with your rib cage supported by the bench, feet on the ground, and knees bent. You may slide down so that the edge of the bench supports part of your neck if you need to. Allow your hips to drop a few inches below your chest. Hold a dumbbell vertically by one end above your chest with arms extended. Move the dumbbell back over your face and toward the ground until your arms are parallel to the ground pivoting in the shoulder and keeping the elbows straight, then lift the dumbbell back to the starting position. The pullover targets the area of the chest that attach at the collarbone, highlighted in the second muscle picture. It also targets the pec minor, and the serratus.