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So I have a Panasonic Lumix G7 and I wanna get into photoshoots and stuff with cars but having some trouble with getting ti to focus on just the car and blur out the back ground and I wanna get a little blur in the background for some shots and stuff but can't seem to find the right settings and the manual doesn't help at all.
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Are you using a tripod (this is for focus)
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This may not be useful but if you are struggling with blur on the camera, put the photo into photoshop etc and then add the blur manually?
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Are you using a tripod? And your best looking at the user manual for your camera should tell you in there
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Do not have the camera in auto focus. Make sure you are using the right lens that are needed. Also I'd look into knowing about about f-stop and shutter speed. The higher the f-stop means the smaller the hole is when letting light in during photos. So if you have an f-stop of like 2 with a fast shutter speed you'd be able to take picture while things are in motion without having to worry to much about how much light comes in since the f-stop is pretty big to begin with.
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Nasur wroteDo not have the camera in auto focus. Make sure you are using the right lens that are needed. Also I'd look into knowing about about f-stop and shutter speed. The higher the f-stop means the smaller the hole is when letting light in during photos. So if you have an f-stop of like 2 with a fast shutter speed you'd be able to take picture while things are in motion without having to worry to much about how much light comes in since the f-stop is pretty big to begin with.
ok I will look into this after it charges the manuals don't say anything it's stupid
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