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09/23/2010 08:19:04 PM · #1
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imagine combining this with an HDR mixing approach!
09/23/2010 08:26:30 PM · #2
incredibly awesome!

Message edited by author 2010-09-23 20:26:41.
09/23/2010 09:07:22 PM · #3
Legal under basic rules?
09/24/2010 03:58:38 AM · #4
Wow. When do you suppose it'll reach consumers??
09/24/2010 04:28:14 AM · #5
This is just ... impossible!
Look the difference between the two shots (1:42 and 1:43).
How can you possibly recompose the bottom right which is totally blurred.
This is a nice fake. Try to find an official post from adobe about this ... there's none.

The real revolution is the Content Aware Fill : //www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ScWu7pG7r0
Enjoy ;)
09/24/2010 06:59:53 AM · #6
Well, to be fair, this is a demo of a plenoptic lens, not a new feature of Photoshop. :)
09/24/2010 07:59:05 AM · #7
[quote=keyz] This is just ... impossible!/quote]

Nope, it's not. There is real research behind it, and as others have posted, it's really based on hardware *and* software, not just software.
Bottom line, what they don't cover is what you give up, namely a *lot* of resolution to get the DoF data.
09/24/2010 08:46:06 AM · #8
I was wondering about this just the other day. About five or six years ago there was a guy (who was from India but was doing research in California) who said he was going to try to develop a post-processing re-focusing program - and having just watched the video, maybe it's him speaking.
09/24/2010 09:33:17 AM · #9
Originally posted by EBJones:

Well, to be fair, this is a demo of a plenoptic lens, not a new feature of Photoshop. :)

Originally posted by wikipedia:


16 megapixel camera with a 90,000-microlens array

Ok I should have done more research before opening my big mouth. This is just insane crazyness !
09/24/2010 09:56:51 AM · #10
I was just reading about something like this in Popular Photoraphy (see "Plenoptic Cameras")
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