Jason, what is your point with your out of focus image? It is by far more blurred compared to the Rizeddd's samples. If you'd try to match the level of a blur to the Rizeddd's samples (by reducing the extent of how out of focus the lens is), and take your sample photo of a scene with more depth in place, then some parts (near or far) of the scene should be sharper than the others. Rizeddd's photos are equally blurred all over the image, no matter far or near parts of scenery. They are, like there was blur applied on those images.