Love my Lytro!
August 15, 2012
Exciting news, I was personally invited to take part in the first Lytro contest because of this photo of flags I took on Memorial Day. Lytro published it on their Facebook page a few months back! Click the link, wait for the photo to load, then click on different flags to alter the focus.
The butterfly photo above is the first of my Lytro entries and to help me win, you can vote for it at Lytro’s Photo Contest on Facebook. You do want me to win, right? You are entered to win a Lytro for yourself with each vote you cast. You can only vote for each photo one time and only one photo per day.
What do I win? Each week for seven weeks, five finalists will win a Lytro Accessories package (including new to the world accessories that are coming out later this year). One of those 35 finalists will win the Grand Prize – a Master Light Field Photography Lesson with Eric Cheng, Director of Photography at Lytro; plus FIVE cameras to give to my friends!
If you’re on Facebook, please help me win by voting here: Lytro’s Photo Contest on Facebook (at this time the contest is being held on Facebook, no other way to vote). And, if you’ll share with your friends I’d really really appreciate it. Your friends will also appreciate it if they win a Lytro!
We can enter photos daily and these are some of the others I’m considering. If I were on WordPress.org instead of .com, you’d be able to click and refocus the photos here. Alas, to do that you need to visit my Lytro Photo Page.
My Lytro was a Christmas gift, but I didn’t get it until April because they were manufactured and shipped slowly! If you haven’t yet heard about it, go to Lytro.com for all the info, but essentially it captures the entire light field instead of a single plane. The fun part is that you can refocus your photo after you upload it to your computer – and you can share it as an interactive photo online.
I hope you’ll vote vote for my Butterfly photo at the top of this post and as a result, I hope YOU are the winner of a new Lytro camera!