Howdy. I wrote on my Facebook Page’s wall that I’m going to share a trick that is specially made to those mobile photographers out there.
Many people who just started up the photography work or beginners began to grow their passion with mobile photography and even those who are used to SLRs and many other kinds of camera, too, sometimes choose to work on mobile photography instead of bulky equipment at times. And that has left me with no exceptional. Unfortunately, not all cameras are able to do what most SLRs or more advance technology cameras offer; ie. a completely perfect bokeh or a tiny bit of blurry background.
As far as I notice, working on people’s portraits mostly will result the best when there is/are bokeh or blurry background elements being inserted to the photo. If you’re working using a mobile phones’ cameras, there’s nothing much you could do to manifest such elements in your portraiture works. But, things get better and better every single day that the advancement of technology implemented in editing software particularly brings you some aids in getting the elements mentioned in your photo without having much to worry over the type of lens or the depth of field you’re using to produce a very extravagant photos.
Things could get really handy just by following these simple steps that I’m going to mention below. So what I do is using Photoshop software on my desktop. The PS I’ll be using for this guideline is Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 and a bit retouching with the aid of Lightroom mobile version. All photos taken for this experiment are by using an iPod Touch 5th Generation’s rear camera.
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