We wish all our readers happy holidays, and a healthy and successful new year!
If you’ve come here looking for information about that brand-new Lytro camera from under the tree, we’d like to suggest the following articles to get you started into the world of light field photography:
Halloween is only two days away – at least in our timezone. :)
It’s time once more to bring out the pumpkins and carving knives, and express your creativity in the design of your Halloween costume. Our newest Living Picture of the Week is of course Halloween-themed, and comes from Lytro camera owner David Brittain:
To get you into the season’s mood, we’ve included a few more picks after the break: Continue reading
Here in the northern hemisphere, autumn is progressing quickly – thick dewdrops cover the grass every morning, leaves are turning red and yellow, and the mountains are covered in fresh snow.
Our (revived) Livnig Picture of the Week fits the autumn theme: Lytro user beauty has nicely captured the wine grape harvest in western Slovenia:
More pictures from the grape harvest: PriMar – beauty
Hint: Would you like to discover and browse the most recent Lytro pictures posted to the web? Try our Discover link from the top menu!
The new Lytro iPhone App, released just a few hours ago, allows users to export animated GIFs from their Living Pictures.
To celebrate the occasion, Lytro’s Director of Photography Eric Cheng just posted a total of 276 animated GIFs that demonstrate the Perspective Shift effect of Living Pictures.
Lytro has just announced the winner of the first round of their International Photography Contest: The winning entry is a LightField picture of a ladybug “taking flight”, taken by Bob Fender from Georgetown TX. Fender will receive the prize money of 500 US$, as well as an invitation to join Lytro’s Pro Shooter Program.
The four runner-ups (250 US$ prize money each) are included after the break: Continue reading