Friday, 28 September 2012

Lytro Images and Digital Paint - A Gallery

A Gallery of Lytro Paintings

Here are a few refocused and digitally painted images. All of the images in the gallery were captured with a Lytro camera, refocused after shooting, saved as jpegs, (a few were tone mapped as single exposures) and painted with Studio Artist.

Related posts:

  1. Focus Stacking and the Lytro Camera 
  2. My First Lytro Test Gallery - Variable Focus
  3. Lytro - The Deeper Meanings of a Futuristic Concept
  4. Playing with a Lytro Camera - A Review Part 1
  5. Lytro - will grow!
  6. Make Your Marks with Studio Artist


Like this post? Read more of my posts on imaginative digital and analog photography.

NOTICE:  UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, THIS POSTING AS WELL AS ANY AND ALL PHOTOGRAPHS, GALLERY IMAGES, AND ILLUSTRATIONS ARE THE LEGAL COPYRIGHTED © WORKS OF - JOHN NEEL AND ARE NOT TO BE USED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, FOR ANY PURPOSE WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT FROM THE WRITER, THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR PIXIQ. THE IDEAS EXPRESSED ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND THE AUTHOR.

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"IMAGINATION IS WHAT MAKES IMAGES UNIQUE"

PLEASE NOTE: THIS WORK IS PART OF MY PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTFOLIO. IT IS HOPED THAT YOU WILL RESPECT WHAT I HAVE DONE AND HONOR MY COPYRIGHT. I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON THIS AND ALL OF MY PROJECTS FOR SOME TIME. THE IMAGES ARE A PART OF A MUCH LARGER BODY OF MY WORK. I SHOW IT HERE AS A WAY TO INSPIRE YOU TO DO YOUR OWN PROJECTS, USING YOUR OWN IDEAS. PHOTOGRAPHY IS NOT ABOUT COPYING OR STEALING CONCEPTS OR TECHNIQUES. IT IS ABOUT UTILIZING YOUR TALENTS FOR CREATING YOUR OWN UNIQUE IMAGERY AND ABOUT YOUR OWN WAY OF SEEING THE WORLD. RESPECT THE WORKS OF ALL ARTISTS. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE ANYONES ART.     

Source: http://www.pixiq.com/article/lytro-perfect-pictures-for-digital-paint

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