Made another video about the Lytro™ camera use recently. I had the blooming jasmine from my wife’s garden as my subject. We shot in the morning, so the birds did a great job of making a background track. Here are a couple of shots that I liked, followed by the video. The first is using “everyday” mode, showing off the focusing range. The other is from the “creative” mode, making the very close image possible. Have a look.
So, looking at a nice part of Wilshire in what used to be called the Miracle Mile district, if I remember right, but now could be better known as Museum Row, my light field fell upon some exterior elements and a very nice person named Gene. He came to Los Angeles with a well formed dream to sell great crepes on the street and connect his culinary excellence with catering customers along the way. His crepe site is here. And here we begin the visual tale.
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