Ever since Lytro launched its first light field cameras back in 2011, its users were faced with a problem. The defining feature of Lytro's light-field images — the ability to adjust the focus point post-capture, and to very slightly tweak framing — was almost entirely reliant on the images being viewed on the web. Sure, there were apps for Mac OS X and Windows computers, but they were aimed solely at the Lytro owner, not at those you wanted to share your photos with.
Third-party software didn't support Lytro's proprietary .lfp…
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