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revised What are the basic workings of the Lytro light-field camera?
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accepted What are the basic workings of the Lytro light-field camera?
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accepted What are some tips for photographing rainbows?
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answered What are the basic workings of the Lytro light-field camera?
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comment What are the basic workings of the Lytro light-field camera?
That's a good summary of their "effect" explanation. I'm hoping for a nutshell on the implementation. What does the sensor sense, all beams/directions/moments? How would such an infinite set of attributions be digitally encoded?
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comment What are some tips for photographing rainbows?
No tips there, more of a spiritual experience for the guy.
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answered What camera first made you fall in love with photography?
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comment What is bokeh, exactly?
Thanks for the insight, John, especially on sensors. What do you mean about angle of view. Does boken vary across the field of view so that perhaps a wide angle lens could produce a variegated of effect?
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comment What is bokeh, exactly?
That's a great bokeh example. Thanks for the insight.
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comment What is bokeh, exactly?
Wow, thank you sir. You hit classification and measurement very concisely, and thereby the means for evaluation. I'll have to peruse your answers to other questions on this site...