Yes, we support extended focus (aka "All-in-focus"), which means that anything that can be in focus in your living picture, will be in focus (NOTE: objects that are out of focus due to range or motion blur will still be out of focus).
You can enable extended focus as follows:
2) After you have enabled perspective shift in Lytro Desktop, you can do any of the following to view and share your picture with extended focus:
2a) Click on the extended focus button in Lytro Desktop:
- Extended Focus ("All-in-focus")
- Must be in Single Picture or Filmstrip View
- Only works for pictures which have been enabled for perspective shift
- Toggle on/off (default off) to view the entire picture in focus
2b) Export an All-in-Focus .jpg
- Go to File > Export, and choose "All-in-Focus Image (.jpg)
2c) For a quick solution you can use anywhere you find a perspective shift enabled living picture (not just Lytro Desktop) , just click and drag the picture around - while doing so, the picture will display with extended focus. Try it:
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