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Here are some simple steps to get the out of focus effect
1)Place your camera (35mm lens) 600-700mm from the desired object.
2)Set your view.
3)Render setting-Depth of field should be set between
0.550 -0.650
4)Set focal distance - 600 to 700 depending on how far you set your camera from the object.
5) Render

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Comment by mike makki on June 7, 2013 at 9:27pm

@Ignacio Gastelum Moller if your drawing settings in meters, then your focal distance should be set to 0.7meter the other should be the same figures I quoted ...anyway try it.

Jorge Javier Lara Dominguez ..no Jorge I did it the old fashion way in nxt software panel....I have yet to try the image editor but I shall tested next.

Comment by Jorge Javier Lara Domínguez on June 7, 2013 at 11:49am

MIke, esta imagen la lograste con el editor de imagenes??

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