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Question about Doid Camera?

Discussion in 'HTC Droid Incredible' started by tjd7687, Jun 14, 2010.

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    Hey guys, was just wondering if anyone knows how to take a picture of something in the foreground and have it clear, while things in the background are blury, or vis versa? There's even a picture that comes with the phone that shows this of a girl in a white dress on the sidewalk. Any idea's? Thanks!
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    Only one I've found is called "Camera 360" with its tilt shift function. I'm still looking so I'll post one if I find something.
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    Cool thanks.
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    these cameras dont have an actual aperature setting. that would allow u to narrow/broaden focus range. but, if u use portrait mode, the subject will be in much greater focus than background. to get opposite effect, try focusing on a far away object, after focusing bring forward object into picture the release to snap pic. hope this helps......

    any mode like Landscape, etc; will use the widest aperature setting meaning everything will be in focus.
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