Happy Holidays! Here’s to the beginning of spring and the search for Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies. :)
Have you taken your LightField camera to the zoo yet? Lots of interesting photo opportunities are be awaiting you there! In our newest Living Picture of the Week, Lytro user pathawks presents a parrot behind bars, which “*so* wanted to take a bite out of [his] camera!”:
Living Picture by pathawks
You’ve probably come across a plasma globe in the past: It’s a glass orb filled with various noble gases, and a high-voltage electrode in the center. When turned on, it displays moving purple to pink plasma filaments, and if you touch it, they lock on to the position of your fingers and intensify.
Lytro user tip184 has taken an interesting picture of such a plasma lamp with a Lytro camera, and it’s our Living Pic(k) of the Week:
Be sure to try Perspective Shift (click and drag around) with this one!
Living Picture by tip184
This week’s Picture of the Week was taken by Lytro’s own Eric Cheng, and shows not only an excellent depth image- and depth composition, but also the perfect use of Living Filters.
Have fun exploring the picture, and don’t forget: Click to refocus, click & drag to shift perspective.
Living Picture: “Always photograph rainbows when you see them.” by Eric Cheng
It’s the Day of giving Thanks in the United States, and we’d like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!