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Tilt-shift

Is it possible to tilt-shift the focal plane using post processing software?

Antonio Giacobbe

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Hi Antonio, 

This is possible with the technology, but we have not announced any public plans about that specific feature.

Currently only rotate is supported as a post-processing feature while still remaining a living picture, which means still being able to refocus after the fact.  Other editing features are planned, but we don't have a specific list of what will be supported in the future yet.

Ian Ellison
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You could maybe hold up a colored filter or two to the camera itself and create some experimental tilt shifts.

Dawn Bard Davis
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Some Lytro pictures already have Tilt shift effect working. How come it is not available on my? When are you going to apply to all piictures? When can I access it from Lytro desctop app W64?

Thanks

Pavel Naumov
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Ian;

You had me going.  Could a true tilt/shift function be built into the camera's firmware?  If you do that, please include some sort of level.  I am currently learning how to use a true shift lens I found used that fits on a medium format camera.  I've included one of my tries on a basic shift function. It has 16mm vertical shift. I don't think there is such a thing as an optical zoom shift lens.

Dave Maley