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Old November 29, 2017, 02:56 AM
iDumb iDumb is offline
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Originally Posted by aklemalp
For me, I adjust ISO, and the object distance (distance between object and camera). And the hardest part is to hold the phone perfectly still
Nice pic of your rainshower fruit tree. It's the distance you are creating - the depth of field- by moving close/away to/from the object that is causing the background blurry effect. I don't think ISO has anything to do with it. I think if you use a camera that gives you control over aperture (adjusting depth of field) and possibly a better sensor than your phone camera, you can achieve this much easily.

Again, at this point, my day 1 enthusiasm is limited to theory and not from practice :p

Let's say it's not the tree you are shooting but you want a pic of a person while the background blurs. I don't think there is an easy way to achieve that effect without a camera with manual controls. You are not gonna go really close to that person are you?
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