How do I get the BG in a image to blur a bit?


posted on 18th of september, 2007


I have seen some photo's that have something like a blur in the BG (background). I was wondering how I could get this effect with my camera couse its a pretty cool way to get the focus on the main object.

hope someone can help me out with that

lot of thnx


Comments (3)

Posted by Kenneystudios on September 18, 2007
The simplest thing to try first is to open the aperature as wide as it will go (with most cameras and lenses, this is usually an f.4 or f.5). Also, opt for a telephoto lens whenever you can, as they have a shallower depth of field.
Posted by Northman on September 18, 2007
Wich Camara would that be?
Posted by Dabobabo on September 18, 2007
Hi Naldo...is easy if you have the right camera:)...



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