Lytro Releases Behind-the-Scenes Video

May 26, 2014 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital, Digital Compact Cameras | 1 Comment |
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Last month, Lytro announced the Illum, an upcoming camera that uses light field technology to capture "multi-dimensional" images with a single click. Since then, the company has released a short documentary about five leading photographers who got to pilot the new camera. The behind-the-scenes video follows the artists coast to coast - from portrait artist Anna Webber's film noire scene in the streets of New York City to the surreal concepts of Kyle Thompson set against the drizzly woods of Eugene, Oregon.

The artists include:

•      Anna Webber, commercial music and entertainment portraits

•      RomanLeo, fashion and portraits

•      Lori Nix, dioramas

•      Kyle Thompson, surreal conceptual

•      Brian Nevins, action and sports



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#1 Gourmetguy

I like the final images. The camera seems much better than the last one.
The concern for me would again be filesize and will a non professional be able to make the most of the technology

9:48 pm - Monday, May 26, 2014