I've returned from a short trip to the Ukrainian Carpathians and made a quick stop at the Tunnel of Love un Klevan on the way back.
There were no more leaves on the trees, forming the tunnel, but the sunset light was just perfect.
On my summer pictures from the place I saw many comments from people,who complained that they cannot get the same picture inside the tunnel or even claimed, that it was photoshopped.
🔍📷I am not going to give a full lecture on focal length and optics here,but here it goes:
You need a tele-lens to create the shallow depth of field and exaggerate the density of the trees in the tunnel. You can see it with the bare eyes as well, but I used the 70-200mm f2.8 for this picture at 200mm. Find the tiny random tourist guy in the picture,so you can figure out how far he actually stood. IMHO the best and the craziest shots here could be done with focal lengths starting from 300mm and up till 500-800mm. Mind though, these lenses can easily weight over 4 kilos and have a cost of a used car.
So the short answer is: NO,YOU CANNOT TAKE SUCH PICTURE WITH YOUR PHONE