Bokeh Mode or Background blur got more popular with the iPhone 7 Plus which allowed users to focus on the subject with a blur on the background in its Portrait mode. With the New Dual Camera lens Smartphones coming around like Honor 8 Pro, OnePlus 5, the bokeh effect is becoming even more popular. There’s literally no need to purchase a new phone just for the sake of getting the Background Blur effect, in this tutorial we will show How you can Capture Dual Camera-like Bokeh effect photos with Background Blur on your existing single lens / single camera Smartphone.
Tutorial to Capture Bokeh Effect / Dual Camera like Photos on Single Camera Phones Android –
Here Swipe from left to right to show all the shooting options available, as shown in the image above. In the options, available Tap and select the “Lens Blur” option as shown in the image below –
Now , Keep on raising your phone until the indicator shown below is full. Be as slow as possible while raising the phone, so that your focus on the object remains constant. Try not to be too fast neither too slow . Check the below screenshot for Indicator –
Slowly raise the phone until the above image highlighted box goes upwards as shown in the next image –
This takes a lot of time to get used to, hence we recommend practicing it on a stationary object before moving onto moving objects. We tried this on our Deodorant can and once we finished the tilt mode. It started focusing our captured photo as shown below –
At first, you might think that it hasn’t captured the bokeh background blur, but please wait until the image has been processed. Wait until the “Processing image” marker finishes.
As seen in the above image the image looks stunningly beautiful and at par with the OnePlus 5 Depth effect or iPhone 7 Plus mode! . Besides, you can even change the refocus by the highlighted option.
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