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how to refocus your pictures with a Lytro lightfield camera ?

It sounds like coming from the future. Taking snapshot and refocusing on your subject, or the background, afterwards. It is possible and affordable with this… 114 more words


Do you want to move your focus point AFTER you've taken an image? I tell you how.

When I first heard about the Lytro technology, I said “ok, another gag…”. I was wrong.

Facts. Optical science applied to photography is able to deliver perfect focus in ONE point only. 382 more words



I ran across this blog post discussing a new kind of camera technology that will prove interesting, if not a bit gimmicky… Light-field cameras, or “Plenoptic” Cameras.  414 more words


Friday Video: DPReview looks at the Lytro Light Field Camera. Worth it?

I’ve written before about the Lytro light field camera because it is a fascinating product that departs radically from our concept of how photography is done—a concept based on nearly 200 years of photographic developments. 226 more words


Shoot First, Focus Later Camera

Photography Sensation
A ‘Why didn’t I think of that earlier’ idea

‘Something incredibly exciting just happened in technology. No, it’s not a new iPhone or iPad, a new TV or the latest Android device. 170 more words


Lytro A plenoptic Camera on the market

Lytro lets you take pictures like never before. Unlike a conventional camera that captures a single plane of light, the Lytro camera captures the entire light field, which is all the light traveling in every direction in every point in space.

via Lytro.

Spring 2012

The First Plenoptic Camera on the Market

It looks like the wait for plenoptic cameras to hit the market is shorter than we thought when we reported earlier today on Adobe’s interesting demonstration on the technology.

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Spring 2012