To make blurred background photos, users can use Snapchat. The app has a function that creates the bokeh effect, also known as Portrait Mode (opened by the iPhone 8), on photos and videos captured in the app, without needing a dual camera on the device. The filter, called Focus, blurs the background of the image and gives more prominence to the main object by simulating the technique obtained on images made by professional cameras. Focus mode can be used on both the front and rear camera. Check out the following tutorial on how to make photos with Snapchat portrait mode.
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Step 1. Open Snapchat and tap the little arrow on the right side of the screen to open the extra menu options. Then choose the Focus option;
Snapchat has a feature that applies Portrait Mode to photos and videos made in the Photo: Playback / Rodrigo Fernandes app.
Step 2. Note that the image already has the effect. Tap the capture button to start recording. After capture, you can download the file to phone memory or touch the blue arrow to share;
Capture portrait mode images on Snapchat Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Finally, send the snap to your friends or post to your story.
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Ready. Take advantage of the tip to easily create portrait mode videos.