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DOF, bokeh, Nikon P100 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Is it possible to take shallow depth of field photos with point-and-shoot cameras? What are the depth-of-field capabilities of point & shoot cameras? I have seen ...
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Blur background with Nikon Coolpix B700 [duplicate]

I am not professional photographer and own a Nikon Coolpix B700. I am trying to achieve background blur aka bokeh with my clicks with same camera. I have done google and played around Manual setting ...
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Which tools are good for creating panoramas/stitching multiple photos?

Can anyone recommend some good tools for creating panoramas from multiple photos. (Free and commercial) Personally I use either Windows and Ubuntu, but I'm not fussy, suggestions for other platforms ...
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What exactly determines depth of field?

There are several questions here about the definition of depth of field, about focal length, and about subject distance. And of course there's the basic how does aperture affect my photographs. And ...
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How can I take shallow depth of field photos with a point-and-shoot camera?

I have a compact digital camera, and in macro mode I can manage to achieve a blurred background, if the background is far enough away. Can this be done when taking non-macro pictures, and if not, is ...
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What is “bokeh panorama” (also called the “Brenizer method”)?

Somewhere I don't remember, I heard about the Brenizer method. After reading a few sites, there is no consistent information about what it is exactly, or what the procedures are to apply it, so: ...
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What is the best setup for shooting sports at night with a point & shoot camera?

I always try to take good photographs in soccer matches or in races at night, not using flash, and I have always the same result: too much blurred photos. I don't have an SLR, but I'm sure that's not ...
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Can a bridge camera produce similar photos to a DSLR for sports?

So, being what you would call an "amateur" or "hobbyist" photographer, I don't have the money to be spending on a DSLR and lenses. However, I am now taking photos for my local rugby team's website, ...
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Why do some DSLRs take good bokeh and others do not?

what is the mechanical explanations as to why some cameras can take good bokeh and not others. do lenses have a role too?
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How to blur the background using a super-zoom camera? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to take shallow depth of field photos with point-and-shoot cameras? When I shoot portraits with my brother's Nikon D90, this is quite easy to fade out the ...
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What else can I do with my superzoom point-and-shoot that would be tricky with a shorter focal length? [closed]

I have a Canon PowerShot SX60 with a massive 65x zoom range (21-1365 mm equivalent). There have been some compromises (small sensor, small aperture), but the main selling point is probably that zoom ...