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How to take shallow depth-of-field shots on an iPhone

You can achieve SLR-like results on your iPhone with free app SynthCam.

By 1 November 2011

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Ask Us: What is depth of field?

What is depth of field? It's the area in front of and behind your area of focus that looks sharp.

By 28 October 2009

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Get the most out of the HTC One M8’s new camera features

Here’s how you can utilize the depth of field sensor on HTC’s latest flagship device and bring your photos to life.

By 28 March 2014

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Quick Tips: Using depth of field

Control how much of your photo is in focus by using depth of field.

22 May 2008

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Change and expand a photo's depth of field

At the 6sight conference in Monterey, Calif., Kevin Connor, Adobe Systems' senior director of digital imaging product management, shows computational photography techniques that lets a photo's depth of field be expanded or changed, or the photographer's vantage point be shifted.

20 December 2007

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Depth of field: The small-sensor difference

Smaller image sensors change lens behavior on an SLR. Here's a look at one consequence, depth of field.

By 24 October 2007

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New Google Camera app adds depth to your photos

Google's newest photo app brings panorama effects, Photo Sphere, and depth-of-field effects to all Android devices running KitKat.

By 17 April 2014

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Samsung shows off world's largest curved UHD TV at CES 2014

At CES in Las Vegas, Samsung shows off its 105-inch Ultra High Definition 4K curved TV. The large curved screen offers a wider field of view, an auto depth enhancer, and a 3D effect without the glasses.

By 9 January 2014

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How to get blurry backgrounds with a point-and-shoot

Despite being at a disadvantage, your compact camera can be used to make your subject pop from its surroundings or give you shallow depth of field.

By 22 December 2012

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A hybrid insect-human camera lens

This footage was shot with a tiny prototype lens being developed at Ohio State University. It combines features of insect eye lenses, such as their wide angle of view, with those of a human eye, such as the ability to shift the focus. Here, the lens focuses on letters positioned at various distances to demonstrate depth of field.

By 21 September 2013