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January 20, 2014

Nokia Refocus user gallery

Rather than focusing on just one object in your photos, you can focus on many, thanks to Nokia Refocus. Lots of creative, amateur or professional, photographers have been sharing their creations on Twitter and we’ve picked out some of our favourites for you all to check out – and refocus.

Tap different locations within the photos below to see the focus points change. Some have a couple of focus points, but some have more.

@wajon68 used a Nokia Lumia 1020 to create this photo a wooden beam disappearing into the distance.

We’re not entirely sure what this is, but @WreckStorm appears to have taken a photo of some type of glass, geometric object. Whatever it is, it’s mesmerisingly beautiful.

Flowers are always a great choice for any photo, and they work particularly well with Nokia Refocus, too, as this photo from @harshscientific shows.

This is an interesting shot by @morpheus_uk. He shows us what a bunch of arrows, fletchings and a target looks like – up-close.

Is this someone deep in thought? Reading a book? Or both? Who knows.. But this shot from @Roneous is a perfect example of bokeh in action.

Rolling green hills, moss-covered rocks, a tree. This photo is simple in its beauty – from @hale_daniel.

What do you think of those Nokia Refocus photos? Clever, right?

To create your own, scan the QR code at the top of the page and follow our Nokia Refocus Top Tips.

Once you’ve done that, don’t forget to share them with us in the comments below, or via Twitter – using the tag #NokiaRefocus so we can find it easily.