Placed 49th in the challenge. I know, but that's what I have to offer. Thanks for making this an open contest. :)
Placed 33rd in the challenge. Just an excuse to dust off my DAP preset; appreciate the no limits clause. lol
Competition; a good thing. Thanks for sharing that link. :)
Nothing short of awesome technology. Kudos to this guy. :)
Not sure I would spend $1,600 on this one despite finally looking like a camera (sort of anyway). :)
I can imagine the lawsuits when the power source destroys the eyes of those wearing these devices when those sources vaporize. :)
Saw a video on this one a few days ago. Very interesting technology. A gamechanger if they can make a car battery using this technology, but for cameras it would be cool too. The prototype...
Placed 31st in the challenge. Decided I can actually participate in this one without creating an image from scratch. lol
Have the V-LUX 1 so why not. :)
Just question if the OM-G deserves it's moniker or not. lol:)
Just question if the OM-G deserves it's moniker or not. lol
Placed 65th in the challenge.
Judge was right. What was reckless? If indeed one of these photo-drones physically caused harm, then they may have a case. I heard of no such injury. :)
And I thought My VLUX-1 was expensive. lolJust hope I can find a replacement battery for my VLUX-1 soon. :)
And I thought My VLUX-1 was expensive. lol
Just hope I can find a replacement battery for my VLUX-1 soon. :)
Placed 21st in the challenge. Inspiration for this one came from this flower: http://www.fontplay.com/freephotos/fifthn/fp080606-08.jpg
Just noticed another thing about this pattern; it reminds me of a Hilbert space filling curve. Fuji may be doing some form of fractal manipulation for enhancing images possibly. :)
I would call it the Mondriaan sensor. A tribute to neoplastic artists everywhere. :)
Why not just keep the images in the ball cameral an take the card out later. You have little control of the result anyway once the ball's thrown. I refuse to own a smart phone for instance, so...
Other then the weird looking dudes with their arms raised (lol), this is a fantastic way to capture panos. Guess the dudes can later be cloned out of existance. ;) :)
Other then the weird looking dudes with their arms raised (lol), this is a fantastic way to capture panos. Guess the dudes can later be cloned out of existance. ;)
Yeah; someone at GIMPChat shared this one. Amazing stuff, but 200 hours is a little too much for a lazy filter guy like me. lolol :)
The problem Lytro, indeed, all plenoptic cameras are they are too expensive and nearly useless other then for it's toy aspects. Until you can print images using this technology, the only folk...
Impressive to say the least; still no motivation to get one since I refuse to use a smartphone (personal choice). :)