How to take a photo so that the background is blurred and the subject in the foreground is clear?
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Answered on December 9, 2014 10:41
It is unlikely that you will be able to achieve such an effect on an ordinary soap box. Such photos can only be done on the mirrors, well, or on such fotikah, where you can adjust the depth of field. Look, if your camera has a function of aperture control, then there is a chance to get the right photo! To make the photo blurry, focus on the object. Expand the aperture. The wider the aperture, the more the background will be blurred. The aperture value is 3.5 - 5.0. You can also set the modes: portrait and macro. Macro shooting is suitable for shooting bugs and flowers. The flower is clear and the background is blurred.