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How to get Bokeh mode in any smartphone (working with single camera)

Companies are continuously offering new handsets in the smartphone market. Considering the need of users, companies are working closely on every feature of the phone. The trend of the users is quite high on the phone’s camera. Companies are also providing the Bokeh effect in the phone’s camera. Users like to take photos at Bokeh effect. But the users whose phone does not have a Bokeh effect, they can also use this effect in their phone.

What is Bokeh mode ?

Bokeh mode is a camera effect. With help of this, background of any photo can be blurred. This effect works only with the help of Dual Camera setup. In this, the dual camera clicks two photos of the same object. Then these two photos merge and present. So this effect is given in the dual camera smartphones only.

However, users with smartphones equipped with single cameras will also be able to use this effect. For this, they have to download an app named AfterFocus. This will allow users to take photos like dual cameras from their single camera phones. Apart from this, the DOF Simulator app can also be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Whenever the user capture photos, its background will become blurred.

How to use AutoFocus App

  • First of all go to Google Play Store and download the AfterFocus app.
  • After that, open the app. Here you will find three options. The first option is Camera, the second option is Album and the third option is Project. You have to tap on the camera.
  • Once you clicked the photo, you will be asked a question about which process you want to choose for the Focus Area. There will be two options Smart and Manual. After clicking on Smart option you will get a pop-up. Read it and close the popup.
  • Then click on the Next given on the top. From here you can change the focus. Along with that other options are also present. After adjusting all you can save the photo.


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