- The iPhone X is the latest phone with a dedicated portrait mode that emulates bokeh, that blurred background effect mostly associated with dSLR cameras.
- On a standalone camera, shooting with a wide aperture will generally create bokeh — the out-of-focus areas in a photo beyond the depth of field.
- It wasn’t until we increased the magnification of each shot that our colleagues spotted the identifying features.
- How close is the iPhone X?In ideal conditions, the phone mimics the bokeh effect well and Portrait Mode has come a long way since the iPhone 7 Plus.
Lexy Savvides / CNET - 2 years ago