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Here’s how to create a beautiful depth of field, where your fully-focused subject POPs from a dramatically blurred background.
1. In Aperture Priority mode select a large aperture (e.g. ƒ/8) by turning the selection dial. The appropriate shutter speed is determined by the camera when aiming at your subject.
2. Using the viewfinder, place the subject you want to be in focus in the middle of the brackets, half-press the shutter to lock the focus.
3. Check the focus distance in the viewfinder to make sure the camera is focused on your subject.
4. Once focus has been locked (keep the shutter button half-pressed) you can change the composition without losing the focus. Make sure you stay at the same distance!
5. If you are in a low light environment, you might see a shaking hand symbol in the viewfinder telling you the shutter speed is too slow and there might be movement during the exposure. Either put the camera on a tripod, a steady surface or use flash to make sure the photo isn’t blurry.