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    Lytro Perspective Shift Introduced

    Lytro Perspective Shift
    Lytro Perspective Shift

    It does sound like a good time to be a Lytro owner, don’t you think so? Recently, a couple of new features, Lytro has just added to its eponymous light field camera. Additionally, in the coming weeks, a new software update will come to help Lytro photographers to change the point of view in a picture.. Thanks to the new Perspective Shift feature Lytro photographers can set the point of view in a picture even after it has been shot, not only before shooting. More update are expecting to Lytro users to to edit their pictures by using the interactive filters.

     Lytro owners would be happier when they get to know that they can tilt the perspective on an image up or left, down or right with only a simple click thanks to the perspective shift feature. Even better, with Lytro Perspective Shift users can share Perspective Shift images to Twitter and Facebook.

    David Novak
    David Novak
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