Do you take a lot of Portrait mode shots using your iPhone or iPad? If so, you may be interested in manually adjusting the level of background blur or bokeh effect according to your liking. Apple allows you to do it during post-processing and it’s actually pretty easy to learn.
Apple’s iPhones have been doing an incredible job in the photography department packing some of the best sensors in a smartphone camera. A lot of people have been switching to flagship iPhones purely to take great photos without having to shell out thousands of dollars on DSLR cameras and lenses. That being said, having finer control over the photos you take is more important even if you have the assistance of computational photography features like Deep Fusion.
Being able to fine-tune the level of bokeh is something most people would appreciate. So, if you’re interested in trying it out, read on to learn how you can adjust Portrait mode blur in the Photos app on your iPhone and iPad.