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Originally Posted by x2xwakegurlx2x
could someone please help me out. how do i take the kind of picture where the main object, or person is in focus, perfect, no bluriness...then the background and everything around them is not in focus and very blurry, and the moving things in the back blurred like moving things usually are. does anyone know what i mean?

thanks..and if it helps, i am using a panasonic lumix camera, if that makes any difference
You mean like this one?
I have no idea, this pic was a fluke. I am by no means a photographer, but I am sure someone here will be able to answer that for you.
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