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RTKD

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If you have after effects you can create a few versions of the blur getting more and more exaggerated, and create a gradient blend that puts them all together. That would better simulate the blurring getting more pronounced further away from center.
 

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Needed less of an angle. The blurred area should be in the foreground and background so that only the subject is in focus.
 

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Needed less of an angle. The blurred area should be in the foreground and background so that only the subject is in focus.
My thoughts as well. It's hard to tell where the line of focus is - or if there is a complete line of focus at all. I have found that a 45° angle with the subject in the middle does the trick...

 
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