Lytro – Cactus

Unlike conventional film and digital cameras, the Lytro does not require the photographer to decide on precise aperture (actually the camera is fixed aperture of f2) and focus at the time of capture; rather, the viewer of the image can choose a focus point by clicking anywhere on the image with a mouse. The photos are dynamic and Lytro calls them “living pictures’.

These photos are actually stored on the Lytro servers but the images display here.

These were shot at the Oak Park Conservatory in March 2012.

Mouse click on the portion of the image you’d like to see in sharp focus; notice what happens in the rest of the image.

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