I’ve been playing quite a bit with the Lytro. Probably, because I can see its future, but also because it is fun to play with.
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Sometimes, it is actually an advantage to work with a camera that makes shooting so simple to do. There is probably no other camera that is quite as easy to shoot. The camera allows the image to be focused after the image has been shot.
When creating collage type images like the ones shown here, it can be a big advantage to have a lower resolution image to work with.
Here are a few refocused and digitally altered images. All of the images in the gallery were captured with a Lytro camera, refocused after shooting, saved as jpegs, (a few were tonemapped as single exposures) manipulated in Photoshop, modified with Nik Color Efex, Silver Efex, Flaming Pear Software, ArtMatic Graphics Synthesizer and/or painted with Studio Artist.
Please have a look at some of my other posts here.
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