What also sets DSLRs apart is the 'depth of field' and 'bokeh'. Depth of field is the range of distance from the camera lens that is in focus. 'Bokeh' is simply the parts of a scene being captured that are 'out of focus' and appear softer. As you see in the pictures attached, the photographers have used the parts of scene that are not in focus to highlight the subject in focus. Achieving this on a point and shoot is difficult and needs lenses with larger aperture which narrows the depth of field and improves the bokeh effect.